Indoor Boulder Climbing at Climbnasium (Up to 60% Off). Three Options Available.

New Kingstown

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Climbers can spend a whole day at the indoor facility with gear rentals and belay courses

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Choose from Three Options

$20 for all-day indoor boulder climbing with rental shoes for two ($38 value)

$35 for an introductory package for two ($70 value)

  • One all-day climbing pass per person
  • One gear rental per person
  • One belay course with instruction per person

$65 for an exploratory-climbing package for two ($162 value)

  • Three all-day climbing passes per person
  • Three gear rentals per person
  • Three belay courses with instruction per person


As an indoor rock-climbing facility, Climbnasium sends visitors scurrying up walls ranging from 14 feet to 40 feet in height. Safety, of course, is a top priority here, and part of that is knowing exactly what's available. Here are some key terms to ensure you get the most out of your visit:

  • Top rope: This form of climbing features a rope running through an anchor at the top of the wall. The climber occupies one end of the rope, and a certified belayer occupies the other. What is belaying, you ask? Well . . .
  • Belaying: Essentially, it's managing the safety rope used in top-rope climbing. When the climber ascends, it creates slack in the rope—it's the belayer's job to remove that slack and keep the rope taut. Climbnasium offers a 30-minute introduction class for this technique, which you must complete before testing some of the facility's taller walls.
  • Bouldering: This form of climbing doesn't feature any ropes, harnesses, or anti-gravity boots. At Climbnasium, bouldering walls run as high as 14 feet, and crash pads are placed below each one to cushion potential falls.

Customer Reviews

Travis is the best! Out of his way helpful and considerate.
Nancy P. · August 3, 2016
Friendly staff. The building is deceptive when viewed from the outside. The make very good use of available space inside the building. Whether your into wall climbing or bouldering you'll have a good time.
John G. · June 26, 2016
This place is wonderful. The instructors are really helpful. Going back is a must
Danielle D. · June 19, 2016
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    New Kingstown

    339 North Locust Point Road

    Mechanicsburg, PA 17050


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