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ou can’t learn to climb a cliff face via Zoom, so things were pretty quiet at Carmel-based Hoosier Heights during the pandemic. But the cavernous facility maintained a limited in-person program that is expanding this spring and summer. Guests can try out more than 100 climbing routes, some as tall as 40 feet. Classes include beginning programs for adults, plus slightly (OK, markedly) more difficult regimens covering things like “lead climbing,” which teaches you how to position safety ropes during a solo ascent. General manager     

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