Posted on 24 Oct, 2018
Are you pumped up just thinking about your next adrenaline-filled outing? In the open-air excitement close to Centennial’s brand-new, stylish neighborhoods, you can enjoy plenty of fun and exhilarating spots.
Enter the Lion’s Den.
If bouldering gets your heart going, visit the Lion’s Den located just south of Ano Crest and Leon Road in Menifee. Although you don’t actually have to worry about the king of the animal kingdom’s presence here, many of the climbs here have not been established and may have loose areas, so stay alert.
Inland Empire climbers also enjoy exploring Mount Rubidoux’s boulder-strewn hilltop and relatively smooth top rope areas.
Alternatively, hone your climbing skills or try out bouldering at Rock Fitness Gym in Wildomar.
Zip down the canyons.
After taking a hike up to one of four zip line courses at Skull Canyon, enjoy the thrill of being 300 feet above the ground on the Monster course, or race another zip liner down via the Speed Run course. Take a breather after hiking so you can fully take in the views.
Rev up the excitement.
If you’re new to motocross, you can also brush up on your skills or get comfortable dirt riding in Anza. MotoVentures offers two-day trainings, pro riding clinics and classes. For their workshops and classes, bikes are provided in case you want to test ride and aren’t quite ready to buy your own bike.
At Centennial, you have the ideal place to set up your own motocross station and store your ride. And when you’re ready to hit the tracks, you’re just a brief drive from one of the staples in California flat track racing. Along with races throughout the year, Perris Raceway has two tracks: the main track intended primarily for skilled riders, and a separate one for novices and the kiddos. On Tuesday nights, the main track is reserved for amateur and younger riders.
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