Monday – Thursday: 3-9 pm
Friday/Saturday: 12-7 pm, Sunday: 12-4 pm
Bouldering & Training
- Recreate Climbing was founded with the vision to create a thriving recreational community where people have the fitness level to achieve all of their dreams.
- Our goal is to provide a fun and adventurous environment where people of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds can learn and be challenged.
- As the community grows, our goal stays the same: to offer the best possible experience for every person who walks in the door. If you can climb a ladder, you can climb at our gym.
Students – $14/day
Single use day pass – come and go throughout the day.
FITNESS & BOULDERING
Good for 10 passes to either facility!
Transferrable – never expires.
Most popular choice
Students – $55/mo
Family Memberships available – set up in facility.
No long-term contracts.
1 Guest Pass per month
$25 Initiation Fee ($5 off for students)
Buy a pair of climbing shoes from us in your first month
and we’ll discount the cost of your enrollment fee!
1. What is Bouldering?
Bouldering is rock climbing stripped down to its raw essentials. No ropes, no harnesses – just climbing shoes, chalk and our safety mats. Your challenge is to climb short, but tricky, bouldering “problems” (a route, or sequence of moves) using balance, technique, strength, and your brain.
2. Is Bouldering For everyone?
The short answer? YES!!
You don’t need experience or lots of expensive gear to boulder – making it really easy to get started. The climbs are high enough to be exciting, but not so high that they’re hugely intimidating.
Using safety mats means that the risks of falling off can be managed, and leaving the ropes behind means that you are free to concentrate on the climbing, not the equipment. It’s just you, the wall, and your friends on the ground cheering you on.
Every climb, or “problem”, has its own solution, and to successfully climb it you need to work it out. Depending on your body shape and personal strengths, your solution could be different than the next persons. If you’re tall, you might be able to reach the next hold more easily on spaced-out problems – but find yourself cramped when the route takes you into the nooks and crannies of the wall. It all evens out in the end.
We believe that one of the best things about bouldering is the social aspect. There are no ropes to limit the number of people on a section of wall. You will often find several people working a tricky problem together. This often involves one person on the wall, with lots of coaching from the ground – as everyone discusses how they would have done it better, before trying and failing themselves.
At the wall, this means that even if you turn up on your own, chances are you’ll end up swapping tips and tricks with a few people you’ve never met prior to your session. You’ll soon get to know the regulars, and hard core climbers, that we all envy. These hard core climbers serve as motivation, as they will likely make the problem you’ve been sweating on for over an hour look like climbing a set of stairs!