HOW TO BOOK A TRIP:
It's simple. Click on the BOOK NOW button above to check pricing and availability, then pay online to secure your trip or course. It's that easy. Need to reschedule? Click on the reschedule link in your payment confirmation email to select a new date.
IF YOU DON'T SEE ANY AVAILABILITY LISTED ON THE CALENDAR, IT MEANS THERE ARE NO AVAILABLE GUIDES OR YOU ARE TRYING TO BOOK WITHIN 48-HOURS OF YOUR TRIP START.
Upon making a payment for your reservation you will receive an e-mail confirmation which will contain all the information on when and where to meet, as well as what to bring. If you are booking for a group of people, the email will include a link to our Acknowledgment of Risk Form. You should forward this email to the other members of your party so they can sign it.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF RISK
All participants must thoroughly read and sign our Acknowledgement of Risk form. If you are bringing a minor child that is not your own, you must arrange for this form to be signed by a parent or legal guardian of the minor child before you arrive.
We do not provide transportation to/from climbing locations. You will follow your instructor in your own vehicle to the climbing area.
Average drive times range from 15 to 30 minutes on paved roads. Any passenger car can easily travel to the crags in the New River Gorge area. The only exception is for our Teen Rock Camp programs.
BILLING, DEPOSITS & CANCELLATION POLICY
All trips canceled 60 days in advance will be fully refundable less service and credit card processing fees.
All trips canceled 30 days in advance are non-refundable.
If you cancel your trip the day of or you fail to appear, no refund will be granted.
There will be no refunds once a course is half over.
All trips/courses canceled by NRMG will be 100% refundable.
If we do not meet the minimum enrollment for group courses or programs, we will cancel the course and issue you a full refund.
We strongly recommend purchasing trip insurance to help mitigate your financial risk in case expected life events prevent you from attending or completing your scheduled trip or course. Forbes has a great trip insurance search tool for finding the right option for your situation.
Teen Rock Camp Booking & Cancellation Policy:
A 50% Deposit is due at the time of booking to reserve a spot. The remaining balance is due 60 days in advance of the start date and will be automatically charged to the initial card used for deposit payment.
For cancellations less than 60 days in advance, your tuition payment is non-refundable. If there is space in another session your payment may be transferable, subject to availability.
Cancellations more than 60 days in advance, your tuition payment is fully refundable, however, all service and credit card fees are non-refundable.
Campers who leave prior to the end of the camp program, including those who are dismissed from an active program session will not be refunded any portion of the tuition payment.
The weather at the New River Gorge changes regularly from day to day and hour to hour. It is not uncommon for the forecast to predict a 30% chance of rain or higher.
What this means is that there is a possibility of rain in 30% of the forecasted area. This also means there is a 70% area without any predicted rainfall. Fortunately, Nutall sandstone dries very quickly and there are many protected areas that stay dry even when it is raining/has rained. The presence of any severe weather will prevent any trip from continuing as scheduled.
The forecast is ever-changing and mysterious. We do our best to work with you in and around the weather. We also know how important this investment is to your climbing. Our guides know how to keep you busy and learning even in different weather conditions. And if that is not possible we can always reschedule.
We are permitted by the National Park Service and must adhere to guide-to-client ratios and group size limitations. These rules were implemented to reduce environmental impacts within the park and for your personal safety. Therefore, we cannot allow spectators to accompany climbing trips. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.