Five-Visit Pass or One-Day Pass with Lesson and Rentals for One or Two at Coyote Rock Gym (Up to 60% Off)

Ottawa

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C$27 48% C$13
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In a Nutshell

Indoor rock-climbing gym with 15,000 sq. ft. of climbing-wall space, four bouldering areas, and top ropes

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Must sign waiver. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. All passes are non-transferable and must be used by the same person/couple. Limit one pass/punch per visit. Not valid during March Break (13 March 2016 to 19 March 2016). May be repurchased every 30 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Four Options

  • C$69 for a five-visit climbing pass for one (C$135 value)
  • C$109 for a five-visit climbing pass for two (C$270 value)
  • C$14 for a single-day climbing pass with a lesson and rentals for one (C$27 value)
  • C$26 for a single-day climbing pass with a lesson and rentals for two (C$54 value)

Punch cards cannot be replaced if lost or stolen.

Coyote Rock Gym

The skinniest Boy Scout in his troop, 11-year-old Jody Miall stared longingly up at a rock-climbing wall dotted with fellow scouts. His scoutmaster had told him he was too light too climb, condemning him to the sidelines during the troop’s overnight rock-climbing trip. But when the rest of the group snuggled into sleeping bags, Jody snuck back into the gym and completed more successful climbs than the rest of the boys had, before his Scoutmaster discovered him and promptly kicked him out of Boy Scouts. Jody hasn’t stopped climbing since.

The ambitious kid moved on to compete nationally, placing fourth in North America, and is the official route setter for the Tour de Bloc. Now, Jody welcomes climbers of all ages and sizes into his gym. Meeting new climbers "takes me back to when I was 12, and just learning,” he says, noting that blind and acrophobic climbers have successfully scaled the gym’s 15,000 square feet of wall space. Jody attributes transformations such as these to Coyote Rock Gym’s impassioned instructors, who stay with climbers until they feel confident to explore the 35 different top ropes and four bouldering areas. He also says the noncompetitive environment stems from the communal nature of rock climbing itself: beginners may find themselves climbing—and struggling—alongside climbers such as instructor and National Team climber Yves Gravelle. “It’s the same feeling, whether you just started or have been climbing for 20 years,” Jody says. “Even when you’re good, your hands hurt just the same.”

Customer Reviews

Helpful staff, overall great experience.
Joshua K. · April 21, 2017
Staff is very friendly and accommodating and the bouldering is a great challenge and lots of fun.
C · April 7, 2017
It is a unique and challenging place to spend an afternoon or evening. We had a blast!
Scott M. · April 5, 2017

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