22,000 square feet of climbing surface

Solid Rock Wall Systems this type of construction creates a high tech, seamless climbing surface that is the closest thing to real rock you can find. That’s why our indoor rock climbing facility built by this unique wall system.

Scale the Walls

Climb up to 50’ walls with bouldering, top rope and lead climbing

Train Hard

Adjustable systems wall, campus and hangboards

Do More

Yoga, strength, and fitness classes

Don’t Get Bored

Rotating routes/problems from professional setters, fresh holds

Climb in Comfort

Free Wi-Fi, heat in the winter, a/c in the summer

Gear Up

Shop for all your climbing needs, chalk, tape, shoes, harnesses

No partner, No problem!

With auto belays and an extensive bouldering area you can climb solo.

Try Something New

Aerial Silks, PiYo, slackline, multiple competitions and events throughout the year

what people say

Amazing facility, great staff, and hours of fun for the whole family. We brought our 9 year old and 7 year old and they didn't want to leave! We all had a blast! Highly recommend!!

Christopher McLaughlin

I've been climbing on and off for 8 years now and this is THE best gym I've ever been to! Love the routes, the atmosphere, the people! What a fun community to be a part of!

Katherine Hopkins Alexander

I LOVED this gym! I'm visiting from Utah and am picky about my gyms. Scott was incredible. Very patient, easy to talk to, and just a cool guy. The routes were varied and challenging. Ratings matched more outside climbing. I highly recommend this place and will definitely be back...even though it's a 30 min drive away. Thanks Scott!

Shelby Cornett

do your best!

A brilliant strength workout is climbing. Shorter climbs are all about power, while over longer climbs you can work on your stamina.
You need to concentrate on manoeuvres while you climb, which will help you build problem-solving skills.

Technique is all

Use your legs and let your arms dead hang until your next move, becouse tension in your arms will fatigue you quickly. It’s not just about strength but how well you move.

Bodyweight rules

A pull-ups aid your climbing strength, so you should spend more time on bodyweight exercise. No one cares about what you can bench or squat on a rock wall.

Limber up

There’s nothing worse than cramping up mid-movement and coming off the wall to swing around like a fool. Devote time to stretching before and after your climb.

Plan your route

A route plan is essentially a cheat sheet that helps you to make decision before hand and keep track of your progress. Pick your route difficulty and assess the best way up.

CLIMBING IS AS MUCH A MENTAL ACTIVITY AS A PHYSICAL ONE

WE’RE EXCITED TO OFFER YOU ONE OF THE BEST WALLS EVER MADE IN NYC FOR YOU TO PLAY WITH.

Our team

Don Atzinger
Don Atzinger
Managing Partner
 
Scott Bouldien
Scott Bouldien
Director of Operations
 
Christina Jordan
Christina Jordan
Assistant Manager/ Event Coordinator
 
Michael Doty
Michael Doty
Assistant Manager