Aaron Collins

Aaron, affectionately called "A-A-ron", has been climbing since 1992. Not only is he the founder of Arizona
Mountain Guides, he's climbed at many of the nations top climbing destinations, and climbed some of the finest
routes in the country; From the Sierra Nevada's to the Smoky Mountains. He's been a climbing guide in Arizona,
Utah, Wyoming, Washington, New Mexico, and Texas since 2004. He also served both as a Marine and an Army
Medic/Nurse. He and his wife Brandi have 5 boys, and his ultimate dream is to pass on his passion for climbing to them.


Aerik Johnson

Aerik entered the world of climbing in a different way than most. In 2013, he started working for Outdoor
Escape building custom climbing walls all over the United States. Although he had no prior experience with
climbing, he soon began to fall in love with climbing. He has since climbed outdoors in several states, including
California, Colorado, and Oklahoma. Aerik has been with CLIMB Woodlands from the beginning, from building the
walls to teaching our private lessons. In his free-time, he pursues his passion for writing, producing, and performing
original music, and enjoys spending time with his fur babies and fiance.


Zoe Wilburn

In late 2017, shortly after the opening of CLIMB Woodlands, Zoe was asked to help with social media marketing at the gym.
Her passion for the gym to succeed and new found love of climbing led her to join the gym full-time in January 2018. Since then,
she has been managing the facility, coordinating all parties, events, and assisting in climbing classes. Her goal for CLIMB
Woodlands is to bring the climbing community closer to home, and to show our local youth that rock climbing is a fascinating,
fun sport of its own. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her fur babies and family.


Hannah Parris

Hannah was fortunate enough to find yoga through the local rock climbing community in recent years.
She is professionally certified through Yoga Alliance to teach yoga. She loves the yoga & climbing communities
because it gives her the opportunity to connect with students from all walks of life. Hannah found harmony in connecting
rock climbing and yoga, and wants to bring that harmony to our community here in Magnolia. In her free time, she enjoys
mountain biking, fostering dogs, and being out in nature.