Hawaii's community rock climbing website!
Online since May of 2002, RockClimbingHawaii.com was established to
help you locate the most complete, objective, and accurate
information available on rock climbing in the Hawaiian Islands.
Rock climbing began in Hawaii in the 1980’s with the formal
establishment of developed routes on the Island of Oahu. Whether
you are a visitor to our islands for a few days or a lucky resident,
you can expect to discover fun, quality routes, fantastic views, and
a gorgeous beach below all of our climbing areas. As of 2008,
several new areas are being developed, and progress is being made on
the neighbor islands including the Big Island, Kauai, and Maui.
Keep checking back with us for new sites or updated information and
In this site, you'll find pretty much everything you need to know
about rock climbing in the Hawaiian Islands. We've also thrown in
several links to other climbing resources for good measure.
RockClimbingHawaii.com is fully funded and
maintained by Climb Aloha, Hawaii’s premiere source for technical
climbing equipment and instruction since 1999.
Visit our website at
www.climbaloha.com or in the
navigation bar above.
Climbing Gym…coming Soon!
Climb Aloha is
moving firmly forward with plans to open a new indoor rock climbing
gym on Oahu in mid-Spring 2010! Our goal is open a fun and
crazy adventure-filled facility with at least 30’ walls and 10,000
square feet of climbable surface! We’re currently finalizing
details including the perfect location for our facility, please stay
tuned for more information!
Climbers’ Guide to the Hawaiian Islands…coming soon!
Team Climb Aloha is
currently working around the clock to wrap up the first edition of a
“Climbers’ Guide to the Hawaiian Islands”. The guidebook will
include a detailed description of every area and every route on the
island of Oahu, plus additional information on the neighbor islands.
We’re shooting for a mid-Spring 2010 release. Please stay tuned for updates!
Keep checking back with us for new sites or updated information