No experience? This is how to get started...
First you can grab an Open Climb. An Open Climb is where one of the VR belayers puts on your harness and belays you up the wall 3 times. Add an extra climb for $5 a climb and add on the Bouldering Cave and stay all day for an additional $7. We will tailor the climbs to your specific abilities.
Another way to get started is to come in for the Intro to Learn The Ropes Class where you will learn everything you need to know to get climbing and belaying in the facility. Once you take the Learn the Ropes intro class, you will come back 24 hours later for a quick belay test, grab a day pass and you’ll be on your way!
Can I climb without an instructor?
Once you take the Learn the Ropes intro class, you will come back 24 hours later for a quick belay test, grab a day pass and you will be on your way.
How can I find a partner?
What is belaying?
The belayer is the person that manages the ropes while the climber climbs. This person keeps you safe on the wall using a belay device. The Learn The Ropes Intro class will teach you how to properly belay your partner.
How much is it to get in?
|Bouldering All Day Add On||$7|
|Military Day Pass||$18|
|College Student Day Pass||$18|
|7 Visit Punch Pass||$129|
Belayer Only day pass is Free for an adult who is 18 years or older with a child under age 12.
|PACKAGE (ALL OF THE ABOVE)||$13|
What is bouldering? Do I need experience?
No experience necessary. You can boulder any day, any time. The VR Bouldering Wall and Cave is located in the back left side of the building. The wall is 16ft high and we offer an arch with a top out. Bouldering is a form of climbing that does not require a rope or a harnesses. Anyone 13 or under requires adult supervision.
Do I need to sign a waiver?
Yes, everyone must sign a waiver to climb in the facility. Anyone under 18 must have a waiver filled out and signed by a parent or court appointed legal guardian.
Belay Test Info
In order to belay in the facility, you will need to pass a belay test. You must be 13 years or older and show that you can properly tie a figure eight following through as well as properly load the belay system and demonstrate proper belay technique.
Age & Weight Limit
We say if you wanna climb, you can climb…If you can walk up the stairs, you can climb…Any age, any weight.
What do the numbers mean? (5.10, v5, etc)
We use the Yosemite decimal system, class five climbs that require technique and hardware in case of a fall. Our range usually goes from 5.4-5.14, beginner to expert. The higher the number after the decimals, the harder the climb.
what amazing stuff do i get with a membership?
Membership gives you a massive community of climbers, free Learn the Ropes intro class, meet-up groups, full access to the climbing walls, fitness equipment, free yoga, free rock ready, free kickboxing, 2 free day passes per quarter, 10% Off at our Gear Shop and much more!
MONTH TO MONTH
|Learn The Ropes Intro|
FREE ($35 Savings)
|Rock Ready Strength|
|10% Off Gear Shop|
|Member Class Discounts|
|2 Guest Passes per Quarter|
|12 Month Commitment|