Come take our Intro Belay Class. Learn to ‘belay’; the method of holding a rope system for a climber to catch them if they fall, and learn the knots required to tie into a rope end as a climber.
During Staffed Climbing, staff will take you out on high wall ‘top rope’ climbing in any area of our facility. You can climb and they will manage your safety while giving you advice for making it to the top.
This class covers the common themes of climbing related injuries and educates climbers on training methods and best practices for avoiding injury. Offered on the 4th Wednesday of each month, this class will typically last about one hour.
This class focuses on the relationship between your center of gravity and base of support and how it pertains to your footwork. Offered on the 2nd Wednesday of the month (see schedule below), this class will typically last about one hour.
Climbing is about the balance and economy of movement. This class covers the basics of climbing movement as it changes over varying terrain. Offered on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, this class will typically last about one hour.
This class introduces the climber to various types of holds and how to use/grip them. Offered on the 1st Wednesday of each month at 630pm, and will typically last about 1 hour.
Learn our third and most advanced type of climbing offered in the gym. During lead climbing, one person uses a rope off the ground to belay for a climber who clips to the wall for safety until they reach the top.
“No Partner? No Problem”,for belay certified members age 16+ to come in and meet new climbing partners also in need of a buddy.
Our free technique lesson is designed to directly follow up to the Introductory Belay Class, or help the new bouldering climber. We will give you the tools and fundamentals every climber needs to begin learning to climb gracefully and efficiently.