Activities for Active Adventurers
Explore the vibrant world of indoor sports opportunities in Tualatin Valley, where myriad activities await active adventurers. From adrenaline-pumping activities to high-flying pursuits, this region offers plenty of indoor attractions and activities when you need an escape from the outside elements.
Whether skydiving from a plan is your passion or not, iFly Portland offers a free-falling experience in its vertical wind tunnel that generates a “cushion of air,” allowing adventurers to safely float, while enjoying an adrenaline rush. No experience is needed, and all abilities are welcome.
Defy Beaverton is a trampoline park with many attractions and opportunities to have an “extreme” experience in a safe place to be fearless. This indoor park has many one-of-a-kind attractions designed to push limits while having a fun time.
Tualatin Valley boasts two go-kart racing attractions. The high-performance karts at Skyart Indoor Racing Center race up to 40 mph (25 k/mh) on a ¼-mile (400 meters). In Hillsboro, K1 Speed offers racing fun for kids and adults with its all-electric fleet of karts imported from Italy. The facility also has motorsport memorabilia, an arcade and billiards.
Indoor Rock Climbing
Tualatin Valley is home to three indoor rock climbing and bouldering facilities, including one that is the world’s largest. Indoor rock climbing may use harnesses and ropes, while indoor bouldering doesn’t use ropes or harnesses.
Portland Rock Gym: Beaverton, billed as one of the largest bouldering gyms in the country, is a world-class facility for novices and experienced climbers. In Spring 2024, an expansion will include a covered outdoor bouldering area, 55-foot tall rope climbing, IFSC certified speed wall, auto-belays, top ropes, lead lines, and more bouldering space.
The Circuit Bouldering Gym has a full range of terrain, including “top-out” boulders and more than 225 routes for climbers of all abilities. The gym also features a dedicated kids area.
Stoneworks Gym has been a part of the Tualatin Valley community for decades. With 34-foot climbing and lead walls, high-ball bouldering to 20 feet, a top out bouldering area, and features auto-belays.
Please Note: Day passes are available at all three climbing gyms; memberships are not required. Shoe and gear rentals (if applicable) are available at all locations.