Rock Climbing

Rock Climbing Wall, Currently Closed

Our Wellness Center boasts a two-story climbing wall that can be enjoyed by community members and physical therapy patients. Our rock wall utilizes an auto-belay system, a simple way to learn to climb and a fun way to stay active! Our instructor provides basic climbing knowledge and safety information to make your climbing experience efficient and enjoyable.

45 minute climbing sessions can be scheduled for up to four participants for $10 by clicking the registration link below. Under our current guidelines guests and employees will be required to wash their hands or sanitize before and after participation, as well as wear a mask during their time at Summit. For questions please email

Fitness Classes

Low Impact Exercise Class for Balance and Strength

This class is perfect for anyone who has not exercised in years, has limited mobility, or had a fall and wants to rebuild strength and endurance. With a focus on strength, balance, flexibility and aerobics, most exercises and aerobics can be done sitting or standing and are adaptive. Please bring your own dumbbells. 

Classes are currently offered at McCleary Community Center and run at various times throughout the week. You can view all date and time options by clicking the registration button below.

*Proof of vaccination and masks are required.



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Summit Fit

At Summit Pacific, we know that movement is important for every aspect of our health. Cindy Beck, ND is here to help with the Summit Fit program. Summit Fit is a exercise program that includes a rotation of exercise, conditioning and opportunities to test your fitness.

Fitness Orientation

New to the gym? Congratulations on making the life changing move! Health Coach Jarred Hoskison is here to show you the ropes with instructional videos on some of the most commonly used gym equipment.

Staying Active at Any Size

Research strongly shows that physical activity is safe for almost everyone. The health benefits of physical activity far outweigh the risks. Visit the National Institute of Health to learn ways you can improve your health and get active at any size.