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· Reviewed July 11, 2017
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· Reviewed June 7, 2017
What You'll Get
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
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
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.