New to Climbing?
Climbing and movement can be enjoyed by people of any age and fitness level.
Here are the steps to take for your visit.
Fill out a Waiver
Every person entering the gym must have a waiver filled out prior to climbing or stepping onto climbing surfaces. Waivers can be completed online or at Insight Climbing & Movement. Anyone under the age of 18 much have a waiver signed by their parent or court-appointed legal guardian (you cannot sign a waiver for a nephew, grandchild, friend, etc.). Anyone entering the gym to supervise a youth climber must fill out a waiver.
Watch our Facility Orientation Video
Every participant must watch the Facility Orientation Video at the gym.
Learn how indoor climbing works
Get started on your own: Drop-In
Adults and Youth 14+
Anyone 14 years and older may climb anytime, unsupervised, without reservations, and without prior experience.
Purchase a Day Pass and rent shoes and climbing chalk to climb on our bouldering walls, up to 16 feet high over padded flooring. Paid entry to the gym includes access to our entire facility, including climbing, fitness, and yoga.
Climbers 13 and Under
Climbers age 13 and under may climb anytime without reservations and without any prior experience, however must be directly supervised by an individual 14 years or older.
Purchase a Day Pass and rent shoes and climbing chalk to climb on our bouldering walls, up to 16 feet high over padded flooring. Youth under 14 are not allowed in our fitness area.
Get started with a staff member (reservations required)
Adults and Youth 14+
Adults and Youth ages 14+ have multiple class options. Reservations are required. No experience necessary.
Climbing Fundamentals: Don't know where to start? Our Fundamentals class will show you how the gym works, basic technique, and basic climbing terminology.
Private Training: Whether you're just getting started or trying to increase your on-sight grade, we can help. Inquire at the front desk for Private Training options to find the right fit for you.
Climbers 13 and Under
Climbers age 13 and under can be dropped off to climb in any of our instructor-led programs and learn how to climb in a fun and safe environment.
Youth Programs: Weekly, instructor-led after school climbing clubs. Rock Tots (ages 4-6), Rock Monkeys (ages 7-12). See our Youth page for schedule and pricing.
Birthday Parties: The coolest birthday party your kids will ever have!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Bouldering?
Bouldering is ropeless climbing over padded flooring. All you need is a pair of climbing shoes and climbing chalk! We have an entire area dedicated to bouldering.
What is belaying (Top-Rope)?
Belaying is managing the rope to protect a climber as they ascend a wall. The belayer controls the sock in the rope, catches a climber if they fall, and lowers them to the ground. You can learn how to do it in our Belay Class.
What is an Auto Belay?
Auto Belays automatically belay a climber, thus eliminating the need for a climbing partner. They don't require any previous knowledge and we can show you how to use them in minutes. Auto Belay Orientations are required and Youth (13 and under) must be actively supervised at all times.
What is the youngest age you allow in the gym?
There is no minimum age in the gym. Our youngest age for youth programming is 4 years old with our Rock Tots class. Children under 4 years old are welcome in our gym but may not be able to climb in all areas due to distance between holds. When not otherwise occupied, our upstairs party room has the best climbing for kids 4 and under.
How do I learn to Belay?
Take our Belay Class! We run our Belay Class on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month from 6-9pm. The class includes admission, gear, instruction and a 2-Week Membership.
What happens in the Belay Test?
In order two belay in our gym you must be at least 14 years old and pass our belay test. Any of our Front Desk Staff can administer this test for you and there is no need to make an appointment. In this test you will need to correctly and safely:
put on your harness
tie it with a figure-8 follow through
set up the belay device
perform all the safety checks
take and lower
as well as demonstrate the verbal commands.