Bouldering is rock climbing without ropes below a set height limit. Because there are no ropes, boulder routes or "problems" often trend side to side and not just straight up and down. Many people enjoy bouldering on its own because it can be done without a partner. Our walls offer a variety of problems ranging to from beginner (V0) to advanced (V9+)
Top Rope climbing uses ropes running through an anchor at the top of the wall and a belayer at the bottom. As the climber ascends higher the belayer takes in slack, this causes any falls to be very short. This is a great place to learn and grow with a climbing partner working on longer routes and getting used to being higher up.
Lead climbing is the next step in rope climbing, with the climber pulling the rope and coiling it at the bottom. The climber and belayer attach into the rope and begin climbing. As the climber ascends they have to clip into protection on the way up (quickdraws) these essentially act as checkpoints if a climber falls. Routes tend to be harder as you have to account for clipping and any falls tend to be larger than top rope.
Setup to fulfill your all your training needs. Complete with a variety of workout equipment from a squat rack and weights to hangboards, campus board, and a fully adjustable Kilter Board. Come in and check it out!
Our fun zone is a unique climbing experience, from our net wall, pole walk, to our hanging volumes there’s a variety of different challenges. Perfect for all ages looking to come and have fun!
With a total of 11 climbing challenges and 15 auto-belays, we’re sure to keep you busy for a session or birthday party. Our Fun Zone is able to book for sessions below. Parties and group bookings are available now!