Sacramento Pipeworks

Climbing
116 N 16th St., Sacramento, CA 95811 116 N 16th St., Sacramento Directions
916-341-0100
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Report | 16 days ago
Natalie set my boyfriend and I up as members, and also took us through the intro belaying class. She was very friendly and helpful! I love that dogs are allowed in the gym and I'm looking forward to trying out their fitness equipment and classes.
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Report | 15 days ago
Friendly staff, great facility, great experience overall
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Report | 16 days ago
This was our 1st time rock climbing. Jason was our instructor and he was great. When we started climbing, he was very encouraging. Great instructor. Great atmosphere too.
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Report | 17 days ago
Really great staff at Pipeworks and all the people who go there are super supportive and down to earth. I instantly fell in love with Pipeworks and I'll definitely become a regular there!
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Report | 17 days ago
Great experience. Its more than double the price of my 24 Hour Fitness membership so I am not going to switch, but great!
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Report | 16 days ago
Great job! If monthly memberships were less expensive I would definitely get one!
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From Our Editors

The next time you're on the roof of a five-story building, look down at the ground, and you'll get a rough idea of just how high people climb at Touchstone Climbing. The gym's seven locations feature lead walls that rise as high as 50 feet off the ground, though height isn't the only dimension that makes the space feel immense. Each spot has at least 11,000 square feet of climbing terrain, not to mention as much as 3,000 square feet of bouldering.

To prevent newcomers from feeling intimidated by the magnitude of the environment, the gym holds introductory classes. During these sessions, participants learn the basic techniques they'll need if they want to conquer the gym's crack systems and boulder problems. The classes are also an opportunity for students to scope out the terrain features at each location, such as Diablo Rock Gym's steep prow, which juts out crookedly like a thumbs up from a dizzy ballerina. While they're at it, the visitors might notice something else: the social nature of the gym. As the San Francisco Chronicle recounts, the fact that lead climbs require two people means that climbers are constantly asking around for new partners and chatting back and forth as they ascend.

Each location also boasts a weight room, cardio machines, and a studio space for everything from yoga to spinning to core classes.

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