We specialize in high ropes challenge course programs, climbing tower programs, and team building and leadership development.  All at the utmost levels of safety, fun, and affordability. We have 6 locations in the Greater Seattle area, and we are close by to serve your community.  We specialize in bringing groups together and helping individuals develop their fullest potential in spirit, mind, and body.

Our programs are available to everyone, whether you are a YMCA member or not!

  • Sports Teams
  • Youth Groups
  • Scout Troops
  • Corporate Teams
  • Camps
  • Families
  • Parties
  • Schools
  • And much more!


Whatever the program or area of focus, our staff-facilitated programs allow participants to have the opportunity to share their reactions, insights and emotions in a respectful and supportive learning environment.  All of our facilitators are CPR/First Aid certified, and trained to ACCT (Association of Challenge Course Technology) standards and specifications. 

We believe that people grow and learn best through doing, followed by positive and supportive reflection. Those and many other positive outcomes are a direct result of our experiential approach, which empowers groups and individuals to reach their fullest potential in spirit, mind, and body.

Odyssey Course

The Odyssey Course is a 40 ft tall, bi-level high ropes course that includes 10 different challenges and obstacles that you must navigate and work together with your group to accomplish.  Ages 10 and up.  Located at Cottage Lake Park in Woodinville, WA.

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Climbing Towers

We have 3 climbing towers in the YMCA of Greater Seattle, all of which offer a variety of climbing classes, open climbs, rentals, camps, and programs for all ages!  There are towers at the Northshore YMCA in Bothell, the Dale Turner YMCA in Shoreline, and the Matt Griffin YMCA in SeaTac.

Alpine Towers

The Alpine Tower is a unique 40 foot climbing and challenge structure. It is a 3-sided pyramid, with 6 different climbing routes ranging in difficulty.  Participants climb and maneuver around the various obstacles and logs, using hand holds, ropes, wood, and nets to reach the top.  The Alpine Tower is located at the Auburn Valley YMCA in Auburn.