Frequently Asked Questions
Here we have a list of answers to our most frequently asked questions. Should you have additional questions, feel free to reach us through the email or phone seen at the top of the page. When you’re ready, kick off your membership by clicking the button below.
I have never climbed before – how should I start?
Every participant must have a waiver filled out prior to climbing, which can be done at the gym or online by clicking HERE. Anyone under the age of 18 must have a waiver signed by their parent or legal guardian (you cannot sign a waiver for a nephew, grandchild, friend, etc). Anyone entering the gym to supervise a youth climber must fill out a waiver as well.
2. Learn how it works
Our All Access Pass is a great way to climb for the first time. Our qualified staff will help you learn to climb on our walls and show you the ropes. Includes a day pass, rental gear, one hour of staff instruction, and access to all our bouldering walls. Prices starting at $40 per person. Click Here to Schedule Your Visit
If you would prefer to experience climbing on your own you can purchase a day pass, rent a pair of shoes and boulder (climb at low heights with no rope) on your own.
Do I need to have my own gear?
Do you have a shower?
Should I wear socks with my rental shoes?
How can I get better at climbing?
How old do kids have to be to take your classes?
Can someone else bring my child in to climb?
What is bouldering?
What is top roping?
Do you do birthday parties?
Yes we do! Climbing parties are a great way to celebrate an event. Please see our Rates page for details.
How can I learn to belay?
Take our Belay class! The class occurs weekly and $40 includes instruction plus two weeks of membership.
Is there a fee for the belay test?
What happens in the belay test?
1. Put on your harness
2. Tie in with a figure-8 follow through and back up knot
3. Perform all the pre-climb checks
4. Set up to belay with a tube style or atc belay device
5. Use climbing verbal commands
6. Exhibit proper belaying and braking/taking
7. Catch a few mock falls
8. Lower your climber