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jane p.
Report | 9 days ago
If you have young ones, more than one, make sure you have a 14+ to hold the ropes. It was hard with two young ones and one adult. The staff showed me everything I needed to know, they just had to take turns or climb On the "no rope" walls.
michael f.
Report | 25 days ago
You better back a lunch ! It's tough :)
Hope R.
Report | a month ago
you may want to bring gloves and go with another person. Be sure to bring water .
Report | 2 months ago
This place is a great date night idea. My fiancé and I have been probably 5-6 times.
Kim I.
Report | 2 months ago
Wear comfy clothes. It's a relaxed environment. Only adults and youth 14+ can belay. I thought it'd be complicated being there with my 11, 13, and 15 year olds by myself, but there are 3 auto-belay ropes (where you don't need a human being to help) and plenty of things to climb without ropes. My girls had a blast.
Lori L.
Report | 2 months ago
Bring water, snacks, and a lock.
Report | 2 months ago
Gloves are great for new climbers, fingertips free. Have fun. Great way for kids to have fun. All of ours were smiling when we left.Thanks!!
karen y.
Report | 2 months ago
Staff did a great job with my kiddos.
Jeff B.
Report | 2 months ago
make sure that you ask for the chalk bag as it is very important!
Kelli W.
Report | 3 months ago
Great place...Lots of FUN!
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A climber dangles from his belay rope, punching his fists into the air victoriously after reaching the top of the wall. At Climb Time Indy, more than 8,500 square feet of indoor climbing space host 4,000 different holds, giving the walls the colorful appearance of the bench where giants dispose of unwanted chewing gum. The climbing routes are changed regularly by meticulous and experienced climbers, granting regulars new challenges every week. Kids can join in the fun and learn the ropes with coaching during weekly club meetings; private lessons help more mature scalers brush up on skills.

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