For some, grabbing another blanket or turning the knob on the thermostat counts as a "winter activity," but if we don't go outside to play, we move beyond cabin fever and into full-blown cabin sepsis. Today's deal from Front Range Climbing is the cure: Pay $115 for four hours of ice climbing on a private mountain (a $240 value). While it's similar in principle to warmer-weather climbing (using your body, brain, and gear to safely ascend and descend), ice climbing is a unique adventure with its own tough challenges. But with a certified instructor from the National Outdoor Guides Association ready to help climbers of any ability level, along with all the necessary gear, this deal will be just what the doctor ordered -- and a lot more invigorating than rearranging your space-heater collection.
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PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON January 29, 2013
Front Range Climbing
Four Hours of Ice Climbing on a Private Mountain with Gear and Guide
- from $115