A: If you already know how to belay, you can get certified by demonstrating to our staff that you know how to belay. We require the PBUS (Pull, Break, Under, Slide) method of belaying to certify in the gym.
A: To sign up for a membership, stop by the gym and our staff will assist you. If you are planning to climb when you sign up, we recommend scheduling a session via our website ahead of time. ⚠️PLEASE NOTE: WE ARE NOT ACCEPTING ANY CASH TRANSACTIONS AT THIS TIME UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.⚠️
A: To account for state social distancing mandates, we have had to limit our capacity. To permit more members the opportunity to climb, we have temporarily suspended Free Friend Friday. Guests using a member’s monthly buddy pass must climb standby.
A: We wish we knew! In the current climate, there are too many unknowns, but we are basing our operations off of State guidelines and requirements. Follow us on Social Media or join our mailing list to stay up to date.
A: To comply with state social distancing guidelines, we have limited the number of participants who can be in a session and area of the gym at a time: 60 participants per session—40 ppl for roped climbing and 20 ppl for bouldering.
A: Participants may choose to climb “standby”, which means they can wait until all members of a certain climbing session have already checked in, and check to see if there is additional capacity available.
For example: Sally already booked a time slot earlier in the day but really wants to climb later that night too. She can see in the online booking that there are 5 spots available in the 8pm – 9:50pm session. She can come to the gym and wait in the “standby” line, which will be on a first come first served basis. After all booked participants have been checked in, standby climbers will be checked in, in first come first served order.