Few things make us happier than reopening our doors to all you adventurers.
Starting on April 12, we’re removing weekday reservations from 6am-1:50pm. Reservations and two-hour time blocks are still in place for weekdays after 2pm and for all weekend time blocks.
MASK UPDATE: We’re aware of changing mask guidelines from the Governor’s office. We are still requiring masks at all times in order to keep our staff and you all safe while vaccines roll out across the state.
- Your membership will remain frozen until you check-in at the gym
- We will be open to members and punch pass holders only during peak hours. Member guests passes and day passes are available during off-peak hours.
- Reservations are required for everyone. At this time, we’re unable to accommodate drop-ins.
- Reservation slots at all gyms will open three days out at 11am MST.
- NO SHOWS: No shows during peak hours will be charged $20 per missed reservation. Peak hours are M-F 4pm – close and all day on the weekends. Plans change or you get stuck at work? No problem, if you cancel at least two hours before your reservation, you will not be charged.
- Show up whenever you want for your reservation within your time block, no need to show up within 30 minutes of the start. But remember, you still must check-out at the end of the reservation block.
- Book as many reservations as you want per week.
- Looking to climb at the last minute? Check back frequently as we anticipate some cancels around the two-hour window before each block.
- Come ready to climb — changing areas, lockers, showers, water fountains and other high-traffic, community areas are closed, and towel service is suspended.
Can’t make it? No problem — if you have a reservation and can’t make it, release your reserved spot to another climber by replying to your confirmation email with “cancel”.
Welcome home! Here’s what's new.
Open to everyone
Reservations are required
Physical distance at 6+ feet
Please bring and wear a mask at all times
Cardio zones and weight stations are open
Access yoga + fitness classes online (no classes at the gym)
High traffic areas are closed (lockers, changing areas, drinking fountains, showers, towel service)
Use liquid chalk and/or chalk balls
Help protect yourself and your community from COVID-19 by following these hygiene measures.
- Wash or sanitize your hands frequently. We’ll have hand sanitizer stations located throughout the gym.
- We’re wearing masks at all times and asking you to join us (yes, even when climbing).
- Please practice physical distancing at 6+ feet.
- Please use liquid chalk and/or chalk balls.
- Sign up for Colorado Exposure Notifications, a free service that can notify users of possible exposure to COVID-19.
- And please, you must stay home if you’re not feeling well, or experience any of these CDC identified Coronavirus symptoms:
- Fever (>100 degrees F)
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Muscle pain
- Sore throat
- New loss of taste or smell
Behind the Scenes
The health and safety of our team members and community is our top priority. Here’s what we’re doing behind the scenes:
- We are conducting temperature checks and symptom assessments on team members before every shift.
- We’ve updated our cleaning procedures, including frequent mid-day disinfecting routines.
Check in and out procedures are being used to maintain occupancy limits and contact trace.
Most importantly, we have each other’s backs – our team has sick time and the support of their co-workers if they are feeling under the weather.
Need something from our gear shop? We got you covered! To drop in and shop, please check the ooccupancy meter above, if there is space in the gym, you may drop-in shop as well!
Some of our fave go-tos:
- Liquid chalk
- Climbing snacks
We are very sorry for the continual changes; we know it’s not ideal and we appreciate your patience. To everyone who has reached out with words of encouragement – thank you!
What does gym access include?
Access includes roped climbing areas, bouldering areas, and the cardio and weight zones. Certain areas or rooms may have additional occupancy restrictions. Thanks for your patience and assistance in not crowding tight spaces.
Who is able to use the gym?
Effective February 1, member guests, day passes, and members will be welcome during off-peak hours. Members and current punch pass holders are welcome during peak hours. Generally speaking, off-peak hours are weekdays before 4pm, but this does vary from gym to gym. Details are in each gym’s reservation link above.
How do I check in/out?
You’ll check-in at the front desk on your way in. At the end of your climbing session, you will need to check out as well.
You can check-in any time assuming we are under max occupancy. If you will be purchasing a day pass, please note we are not accepting cash at this time – credit cards and mobile payments only.
Are you taking cash payments?
No cash payments for now, at this time we are only accepting cards and digital payments like Apple Pay.
Why do I have to check out?
Checking out at or before the end of your session is extremely important so we have an up to date occupancy count at all times and helps us with contact tracing.
Can I bring my non-climbing child into the gym?
For the health and safety of our members and your children, we are asking you to please not bring your child to the gym with you unless they are climbing. Childcare will not be available. This includes toddlers who are observing and infants. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Can I drop-in? How do I know if there is space for me in the gym to climb or workout?
No. At this point we are no longer accepting drop-ins. Please check back as we hope to return to accepting drop-ins soon!
Is the cardio and free weight area open?
Yes. We just ask that you bring your own towel and that you wipe down the equipment with provided disinfectant before and after you work out. We are also conducting frequent cleanings of this equipment. In addition, there may be slight modifications to available equipment.
Are rentals available?
Rentals are available, but we strongly encourage you to bring your own gear. Liquid chalk will also be available for rent or purchase.
Are lead ropes still available?
We will have very limited numbers of lead ropes available per session so we encourage you to bring your own lead rope to ensure you have easy access to our lead routes. All lead ropes must measure 40M or longer to be used in our facilities.
Why can’t I use loose chalk?
Our understanding of how COVID-19 spreads is constantly evolving, but airborne transmission is believed to be the primary way the virus is spread. By eliminating loose chalk, we are trying to limit airborne dust. Liquid chalk contains alcohol and limits dust. Liquid chalk will be available for rent or purchase.
Am I supposed to wear a mask while climbing or working out?
Yes. We know this isn’t an easy ask of you all, but we’ve made this decision to prioritize the health of our team members and community. Studies show that airborne droplets are the primary driver for spreading COVID-19, so to minimize the risk of the spread of COVID-19, the CDC recommends wearing a mask.
So, we have to wear a mask at all times – what exactly qualifies as a mask?
An acceptable mask is any face covering that covers your mouth and nose. It can be made of cloth/fabric but should not have holes.Wearing a mask protects others by reducing respiratory droplets that are expelled, so a mask should be two layers and cover snugly around the sides of the face and under your chin to prevent slipping. Masks with valves should not be used as they allow droplets out of the mask, defeating the mask’s one important purpose, protecting those around you. Check out CDC Mask Guidance for best practices.
I am ready to go back to the gym! How do I unfreeze my account and turn on my membership?
Upon your first check-in, your account will be reactivated.
When will I receive my first charge? Will my membership be prorated?
The prorated amount for the rest of the calendar month will be added to your account as of the date of your first check-in. Once you unfreeze, billing resumes on the 1st of the upcoming month, and the prorate amount from unfreezing and the current month will bill on the 1st.
How are March credits being applied?
March credits will be applied to your first billing once you’ve reactivated your account. Credits will also be applied towards any freeze fees which are $8 per member per month.
I am not ready to go back to the gym, what do I need to do to freeze my account?We completely understand. Freeze fees are $8/member per month. If your account was active, please submit your change request here. If your account was frozen, it will remain frozen until. you make a reservation or check-in.
Can we bring friends/family to the gym to observe?
Yes! Your friends/family can purchase a day pass or use your member guest pass to visit during off-peak hours.
I purchased a Groupon before you closed, now what?
If you already redeemed the class portion of your Groupon, you can check-in as a pass holder. We are also still honoring the waived initiation fee when you choose to become a member. In addition, you can apply your Groupon “dollars” toward a membership immediately. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to complete this transaction.
If you have not redeemed your Groupon, we will extend the expiration date and will allow you to book a space in a class as soon as we start offering classes. Please stay tuned.
I made a purchase during your online auction for the Chalk Bag Fund, when can I schedule my class/program?
If you won a private instruction or a course, we will reach out to each auction winner to schedule the class within three months of our reopening date. We have some limitations on providing instruction and classes with county and state COVID-19 guidelines and will work with you within these parameters.
If you won a custom climb or a session with a setter, the route setters will reach out to you directly to schedule your custom climb within three months of our reopening.
How long will these policies last?
Great question and we hear you – these changes and guidelines are not permanent. As we continue to move toward our new normal, we will be guided by and comply with local county guidelines and we will keep members updated via the member newsletter, social media and our website.