Mission High School Climbs at Mission Cliffs
For the third consecutive year, Mission High School visited Mission Cliffs. A diverse group of teenagers put their skills to the challenge, and climbed the difficult routes at San Francisco's Mission Cliffs. Some students set goals of climbing anything at all, while others wanted to climb to the top of the main wall.
Overcoming their fear of heights, the students tied their knots, checked their harnesses, and started pulling down on some plastic. Claudia, a 16 year old Mission High student stated, "I would recommend others to do it because it builds your confidence." With the help of MC member based volunteers and staff, all the students enjoyed themselves and want to come back sometime soon.
The Mission High students had an awesome time and will undoubtedly come back for a fourth year.
Labels: Indoor climbing, mission cliffs, Mission High School