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Margaret G.
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Report | 8 days ago
great fun!
Abigail R.
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Report | 8 days ago
Be prepared for sore arms and toes.
Karen D.
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Report | 8 days ago
We had a great time. Fun for kids! Thank you!
Janice F.
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Report | 8 days ago
We loved the gym. We will be visiting again
Kara H.
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Report | 2 months ago
Rent the shoes they have there. It's only 4$ but sooo helpful! Also if you can get there before 3pm it's easiest for parking. Once it get past that it's kinda a nightmare.《Kids after school, adults off work》
Christopher F.
Verified
Report | 2 months ago
The Circuit is the best bouldering gym in the Portland area, no doubt. With 3 gyms, you have options for location and variety of problems.
Sarah I.
Verified
Report | 3 months ago
PUSH YOIRSELF AND YOULL SEE RESULTS!
Desiree G.
Report | 3 months ago
Signed up for the Bouldering Intro Class, it was fantastic! I love this gym. Friendly staff and members. Great for beginners.
Jana U.
Verified
Report | 3 months ago
Great gym! Don't let the smell scare you off.
James M.
Verified
Report | 3 months ago
Relaxed atmosphere. .. great place to climb for all levels from beginner to pros. One note: unless you have children, I'd avoid Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
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Bouldering differs from other forms of rock climbing in a variety of ways, such as its heightened social element. When top roping, for example, climbers are more isolated, relying on a partner below to maintain rope tension. But because bouldering is done on lower courses that don't require a rope or harness, climbers are free to scale walls at will, often resulting in people sharing walls and striking up conversations in between surmounting terrain such as verticals, slabs, and roof climbs?overhangs that put climbers' bodies parallel to the floor.

That's how The Circuit Bouldering Gym got started. Some bouldering enthusiasts crossed paths at a local gym and found they all wanted to expand Portland's bouldering options. Today, they welcome guests to surmount courses?including a hanging boulder?ranging from 8- to 17-feet high and surrounded by crash-pad flooring. Boasting three of the largest bouldering-only gyms in the world, they also designed many of their simulated climbing stations as top-out boulders, letting guests experience what it's like to stand atop a boulder in the Rockies or on the moon. Additionally, they instruct guests with programs such as 90-minute intro courses, advanced clinics with professional climber athletes, and programs tailored for kids including birthday parties,summer and winter-break camps.

Between climbs, a lounge area lets visitors relax and swap tales of defying gravity's relentless bullying. The third and newest location in Tigard offers more than 19,000 square feet of brand new boulders. To further build the bouldering community, the gym's team organizes an annual fundraiser benefiting local charities. All locations also have a full weights area, allowing for workouts and CrossFit training between climbs. .

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