New to Climbing?
If I’ve never climbed before, can I just drop in and start climbing on my own?
Due to state-enforced occupancy restrictions, we are currently operating on a reservation-focused system. Day passes can be purchased online. Drop-ins are allowed depending on availability.
Reservations found HERE.
Waiver form also required to climb.
Vertical World offers all styles of climbing: bouldering, top roping, and lead. Anyone can drop in and boulder, but in order to top rope or lead, you or someone in your party, must have previous experience to become certified.
M W F // 9am – 10pm
T TH // 6am – 10pm
Sat // 8am – 8pm
Sun // 8am – 6pm
Day passes are $20 for adults (14+) and $16 for youths. We also offer memberships and punch passes.
What is bouldering?
Bouldering is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering emphasizes power, strength, and dynamics. Its focus is on individual moves or short sequences of moves, unlike roped climbing, which generally demands more endurance over longer routes where the difficulty of individual moves is not as great. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems (a British appellation) because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving.
What is “belaying”?
In order to top rope, you or someone in your party must pass a belay test. Belaying is the act of managing a rope to protect a climber. The “belayer” is there to control the slack in the safety system, catch a climber if they fall, and lower them down when they’re finished climbing. It’s a crucial skill, and one of the first skills we teach in our “Intro to Climbing” class.
I don’t have anybody to belay for me today. Can a Vertical World staff member belay for me or my child?
Due to limited occupancy restrictions, we are not currently offering our Rock Climbing Experience packages.