Gym offers expansive indoor-climbing walls, cutting-edge fitness equipment, professional yoga classes, and youth summer-camp programs
About This Deal
- Indoor Climbing
- During Staffed Climbing, staff will take you out on high wall ‘top rope’ climbing in any area of the facility.
- You can climb and they will manage your safety while giving you advice for making it to the top.
- This is a great way to try out climbing for the first time without any experience, or have your kids climb while you get to enjoy watching them climb with a group of up to four participants.
- Includes 1 hour of staffed climbing with gear
- Times: Saturdays and Sundays, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
- Top-rope belay class bundle includes:
- This course is required to use the high-rope walls without reserved staff assistance in advance.
- This class typically takes an hour and teaches knots, the belay process, and safety procedures at the gym.
- Must be age 13+ to take the class (under 13 may still climb while belayed by a certified belayer)
- Includes all necessary rental gear
Need To Know
About Central Rock Gym Buffalo
Central Rock Gym exists to provide everyone with a world class indoor climbing, fitness, and community experience through our state of the art facilities, expansive climbing walls, cutting edge fitness equipment, professional yoga classes, and various youth programs and summer camps. It is through these many offerings that our CRG staff and members come together to build a community of climbers and friends. Central Rock Gym embraces its role as an integral part of the social fabric of all of our host cities and communities As with any business, Central Rock Gym started from humble beginnings. Brothers Joe and Ed Hardy had an immense passion for climbing and wanted to bring the sport to their hometown of Worcester, MA. In 2007 they began laying the groundwork for creating a business that could serve their community in a profoundly meaningful way and in 2009 Central Rock Gym Worcester was born. Since then, the brothers have continued to identify communities that could benefit from the social and physical aspects of climbing.