Adventure-seekers can experience indoor rock climbing with over 80 routes and test their endurance as well as muscles
What You'll Get
- Indoor climbing
Indoor Rock Climbing FAQs
- Is it safe? Yes. Rock climbing gyms typically require a safety course on proper techniques and other fundamentals and have designated “beginner” courses for first timers.
- What should I wear? Loose-fitting clothing that you can easily move around in. You’ll be able to grab climbing shoes and other necessary gear onsite.
- Do I have to be in good shape? Not really—climbing gyms have courses that cater to a wide range of fitness levels. Generally speaking, if you can climb a ladder you can indoor rock climb.
- What if I’m afraid of heights? Try bouldering, which takes place on shorter walls and doesn’t require harnesses or other top-rope gear. Bouldering focuses more on moving sideways than vertically, so climbers rarely get more than 10–12 feet off the ground.
The Fine Print
About Kinetic Climbing
Co-owners Chris and Krystin McConnell, along with their loyal pup/front-desk manager Sadie, have brought the physical and mental thrill of bouldering to their community with Kinetic Climbing. With 80 bouldering routes that are updated on a weekly basis, Kinetic Climbing has something for beginner climbers and experts alike. Each route requires only climbing shoes and a bag of chalk and helps to improve balance while strengthening muscles throughout the body.