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I think my gym(suncountry)is pretty cool but i'de like to know what every body else thinks????

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Why is your gym cool? What does it have that sets it aside from other gyms?

My gym is cool because it has over 18,000 sq.ft of climbing surface. It isn't cool because of a lack of a real bouldering cave, and almost no roof.


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Maybe is the people who can make it cool or not.

Mine is hot (mostly in the summer), but we have a fan


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Atmosphere.

You can have crappy routes, bad terrain, low ceilings, but with a friendly and supportive group of friends it doesn't matter.

Vice versa as well.


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sun country is cool. but the managers suck and the general manager is being a punk


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I live in southern California, and my gym, Rockreation, is pretty sweet. It has the awsomest overhang in the lead area. The bouldering also kicks ass, as well as the weight room.


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Grant,don't be to hard on them you might get your butt kicked out I Know you wouldn't want that and I sure wouldn't want my climbing partner to get kicked out!!!!!!!!!!!


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  I love my gym Peak Experiences. That atmosphere is great and it is the biggest climbing gym on the east coast.


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im with fiend on this one- ive climbed (or showered!) at lots of gyms around the states- like powerhouse in vegas, and an awesome gym in flagstaff (cant remember its name). still though, the best gym ive been to is cliffhanger in vancouver- not because of the spectacular routes (they're pretty good- but its a gym!) or super high ceilings (40 ft.), or massive bouldering cave (its still pretty good and steep though), but because of the great people that climb there, and the supportive atmosphere they create. But climbing on rock is more fun than any gym. OK bye.

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My favorite Gym is BNB Mounteneering neer Ames Iowa. It has low prices - frendly atmosphere - and it is said to be the closest to the real thing ( pebel/dirt floors, and several boulders for the belayer to anchor into gives BNB a dirty outdoors feel.) Also - it has a large bouldering cave!


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I go to Kendall Cliffs in Penninsula Ohio, it has some really great routes, a nice bouldering cave, and an awesome staff. The prices are ok. too. Plus it is adjacent to a store called Appalachian Outfitters, which is a great place to pick up gear, the people are great and the selection is great too. I haven't been climbing long, and I took my first class there, the people were incredibly helpful. Kendall Cliffs is definitely my gym of choice.


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Hey you don't say where Suncountry is from, I don't see it listed in FL. I climb X-Treme Rock Climbing in MIA. I think it has everything you could want in a gym. Plenty of climbing space 12k sq ft. Lots of top rope routes several lead routes on different walls, including roof climbs, bouldering cave and bouldering wall, routes are changed fairly often, A/C, the managers and workers are great, great climbers and knowledgeable, friendly, the clientel are all very friendly, I have no trouble picking up a partner when I go alone. And they sponsor competitions and away trips (to real rocks). Drinks clif bars and they'll order anything you want to buy in way of equip, and I've asked for some strange stuff.


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michael, i can say what every i want about suncountry staf when im here. i want a car so I can go on my own trips. soon soon


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True, we'll also need draws and a rope!soon,soon,soon!!!!!


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My gym, I can't say if it is cool or not because I haven't visited any others but here are the stats:

10,000sq ft
33ft climbing walls
Bouldering Cave
Bouldering area
grades of V7 & 5.12
Gear shop

I know B&B Mountaineering in Iowa was ranked in Outside mag as the 3rd best in the country a couple years ago. I know Mcloud (the owner) from talking to him on the net. He is a real nice guy and from what I've heard about their gym, they are up there. They even have an ice climbing wall.


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I will tell you what makes a gym cool. First of all its all about the atmosphere. Without that, you have nothing. I know that one of the local gyms has 18,000sqft of crappy attitude. Most of the employees are rude, dont have any knowledge, and the management is what makes them poor. Not to mention the day pass is basically $1 per thousand square feet, also not cool. I would much rather go to this little gym that is about 5 minutes away, with about 4,000sqft, is dirty, and the holds are all old and greasy. There have been some really sick hard climbers come out of that gym, and they are all down to earth with great attitudes. And what I find to be even better is the fact that the employees from the big place, go to the little gym to do their hardcore stuff. Now that to me is humor. I have been to my fair share of gyms, as I have traveled for ABS circuits and whatnot, and the coolest place still stands as the little crappy 4,000sqft hole in the wall. Its all about attitude and encouragment.


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I've been to quite a few gyms in my area, and I have to say that my favorite one is a gym called Joe Rockheads. It's in Toronto, Ontario on Fraser St. Like fiend said, atmosphere is a very big issue when it comes to gyms. What I think makes a good gym, is also the community of the gym, the ammounts of kewl people that you can meet there, that you'll perhaps never see again in your life. Just recently, I went there, and I was talking with a guy in there who was from the Czech Republic (sp?). It's great to see your gym be recognised from different countries.
For me aswell, a big factor is the music in the gym, if the music is funky and it gets you pumped up and gets you to the top of a hard route, then you've got it made!


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Has anybody climbed at A.I.R. in Albaany NY? It is small, but has a cave system like no other in the world. It isn't a climbing cave with holds, but rather you crawl up and down through it getting caught in loops and coming upon odd types of small rooms. At one point you emerge into the opened gym at its ceiling and pull yourself across to an opening on a differnt wall using tyrolian ropes. Ther are quite a few kids during the daytime, especially on weekends, but the evenings sport mostly climbers. You can check it out at www.airrockgym.com .


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I love the PEOPLE at my gym, a couple pros, the staff, they have me bring in my CD's (good sound system, especially at night when the kids leave), great route-setters, good roof, great bouldering, great leads...

It's a lot of FUN climbing there, as well as technical.

Check it out: www.therockgym.com

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In Mexico City the best indoor gym is The Escalodromo Carlos Carsolio, www.escalodromo.com , with walls of 12mts. high and around 1000square meters climbing area. It alsa have a cave of 25mts.


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I would definatlly have to say Stoneworks in Carrolton Texas. tallest indoor route in teh country (121 feet) and lead routes that get completly parrallel with the floor. The staff is cooler than crap and thay even go climbing wiht you.


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i climb at OKC Rocks in oklahoma city. its a converted grain silo..they have everything from easy jug routes to full-on pocket routes and they even have an 80' crack that goes from fists to fingers. they have a bouldering cave and they just changed it not too long ago..they added about 7 new surfaces to it. the people that climb there are really cool, they will answer questions and b.s. with you. the owner and manager are cool too. oh yeah i haven't climbed it yet but they have the tallest artificial climb in the US there..145'. most routes can be led which is sweet too.

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i'm lucky to have had Upper Limits in Bloomington, IL to be my learning grounds. cool staff, dozens of routes at 65 feet, a few at 120 feet, a wave wall, a huge roof, multi-level bouldering cave, and more. even an artificial ice waterfall in the winter! www.upperlimits.com


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planet rock in ann arbor mi is awesome. They have over 22,000 sq ft aof climbing surface, 3 bouldering caves and 50' ceilings with lead routes to 85'.The staff is great for helping out. Only down side is its a little pricy at $13 per day


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Rockreation is the best. I climb there all winter long. Bouldering cave top roping leading everything you could ask for and its right next to the Black Diamond store.


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I have to agree with echastang. Planet Rock is awesome. There's a reason JCCA used it for nationals this year--it's got everything anyone could ask for, except for crack, but I don't mind that. I haven't climbed there recently, so I don't know how routes have been lately, but last time I was there, the routes were awesome. And $13/day isn't too bad, considering that if I didn't work at the gym where I climb now, I would pay $18/day.


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Another bad ass gym in my area is called Exposure. They just expanded thier space and added like 2 crack climbs. Thier lead routes as well get completly parallel with the floor. They have killer overhangs and an awsome bouldering wall.


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I climb at Vertical Endeavors in St. Paul, MN. There is a lot of square footage(not sure exact amount) including two bouldering caves, a bunch of topropes, and a really high area for sport leads.

Some of the people there annoy me a little, but for the most part the other climbers are very friendly. The employees are also both friendly and helpful.


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i love my gym, prime climb in ct. good people good atmosphere good walls.


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I am really beginning to like my gym... PRG.
I really like Stoneworks, tooThe Owner is always there, climbing...knows your name. I really like that there is no rating there...You just climb. A little small, though.




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Rockreation in Orange County, California. Vertical Limit in Flagstaff, Arizona. Powerhouse in Las Vegas, and Rocks and Ropes in Reno.


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I don't know for sure but let me tell you that I am so impressed with the new gym in Utah. The Quarry. I guess it's not way new but the staff is awesome, the people are friendly and there is tons to do there. They have some way difficult lead routes as well as an excellent bouldering area. Since it is fairly new, almost all the routes are very clean. There is tons of space. I don't know how much but it's the largest gym I've seen. And I have seen plenty. It's very well planned out by Jeff Pedersen, local Pro. If you ever get the chance while in the neighborhood I suggest you make this place a must see.


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Peoples, Hardrock in Nunawadding, Melbourne.
It wasn't great a while ago, but they just finished a bouldering cave. ALL of their wall have been covered in a cement/sand spray mixture, and painted to look just like rock. In the cave, they also have cool scuplutred pockets, just like real rock, and the roof is not just flat with huge jugs, there are flakes and horizontal cracks to clibm on. Oh, yeah, they haf a HUGE 25meter (yeas meters, not feet)lead roof. I was there yesterday, and caned the roof. It's awsome

http://www.hardrock.com.au/inspire/index.html

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I currently live in Orange County, CA; So Rockreation in Costa Mesa is my "home" gym. But Stoneworks in Carrolton Tx (I used to live in Irving) is awesome. They've done a lot of work with that place since I first climbed there back in 1993. (See my Accidents post)
Gets kind of loud. They are old grain silos. But, man can you get pumped.


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I like the gyms that I go to alot! if you want to look at their web sites, they are:

www.readingrocks.com

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www.cliffhangers.com

Both of them are really good. the boldering wall is awsome at cliffhangers!

climbnwill


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I climb at two different gyms on a regular basis. While I am at school I climb at Planet Rock in Ann Arbor Michigan. While I am at home I climb at Rockquest in Cincinnati Ohio. Despite the fact that Planet Rock is a great gym, I prefer Rockquest because of the orginization, staff, atmosphere, and routes. Both are great but I like Rockquest alot more.


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i also like paradise rock gym. great environment and atmosphere. good size and great people and staff. prices are pretty reasonable too. the only thing i dont care for is the gravel floor, i prefer the shredded rubber.

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i have never been to the boston climbing gym but i have seen pictures, it looks awsome. vertical dreams in manchester NH is cool. theirs an elevador shaft thats 70 feet and the rest is like 40 feet. awsome bouldering caves and a twister wall.


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SportRock in Alexandria- cool because it has a station for pull-ups, hang boards, and campus boards. SportRock in Sterling- better bouldering scene- more problems, more variety, routes set daily. Both pump good tunes, too.


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the quarry in provo utah is the best. we have so many routes, including 5 cracks, and like 5 aretes. The bouldering area kicks pure ass, and the people are friendly, and it is clean.
www.thequarry.net


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The ones where you can breath air...NOT CHALK


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I'm with climbnwill on this one
#1 is definately cliffhangers,custom "rock" walls,great boulder in the middle,the staff is excellent also.
#2 reading rocks,nice lead climbs,overhangs,bouldering cave,as well as good staffing there.


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My climbing gym rocks cos of the people there!


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Boulder Morty's in Nashua NH is a cool gym.
Lots to climb nice bouldering. Check out the website, and if your in the area check this place out. I had a great time here!!
http://www.bouldermortys.com/index.html


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I gotta say City Beach Rock Club, in Fremont, CA. 16,000 square feet, 85% leadable, sexy and friendly staff, and some sweet bouldering for all levels. Its sick, sick i tell you.

www.citybeach.com


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Rockface in Perth, cool people, cool music and usually even a few dogs playing in there. When you walk in the door you just know you're going to have fun.


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The front rock gymn in Salt lake city is, by far the best gymn I have ever had the pleasure of falling/climbing in. when the scratch to afford the day pass is short I head to Propulsion in Ogden. These guys have some sick boulder routes

Rob


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my gym is hardcore all around. i do nothing but boulder. our bouldering problems are phenomenal. the routes are great too. but, the coolest thing is that its run by college kids from jersey. they're all great climbers and they don't care about who sucks and who doesn't. verticle reality rock gym. Cherry Hill new jersey.


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PARADISE ROCK GYM

Denver, Colorado

They are family!!! Great atmosphere and environment...

www.paradiserock.com


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Gotta add some of the gyms in New England where I learned to climb. (I'm in Seattle now) Boston Rock Gym was my home gym but Boulder Morty's and Vertical Dreams are great too. I think it is Vertical Dreams that has a leadable 3 story elevator shaft!!!


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A.I.R. Albany Indoor Rock, Albany NY.
Small, but good. Plus they have hundreds of feet of indoor caves.....and of course, Chelsea Piers in NYC...


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In Minnesota I would have to say the best gym wold be vertical endeavors in Duluth, but it's kinda spendy. I know some guys that set routes there. They are awesome climbers and kick a$$ people. check it out at www.verticalendeavors.com


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Surprised nobody mentioned Mission Cliffs. I really liked the staff and route setters there, plus the Dawn Patrol in the mornings was a great way to avoid the meat market at night. I heard it has gone downhill a bit, but I haven't climbed in another gym that was anywhere near as nice as MC. It didn't hurt that I lived 8 blocks away. I'm pretty sure that the winter I spent climbing at MC (there is no good ice in CA during the 'winter' months, you heard it here first) was responsible for punching my trad leads up to (honest, old-school) 5.10's.

I still wonder why I left SF. I had a great job offer with a company that is still doing well (!), was making good money, and generally loved the place. It was 5 hours to the Needles and 2 1/2 to the Valley. I never had to scrounge for partners like I do here.

WTF was I thinking? Oh well...

Anyways, if you find yourself in the Bay Area, it's hard to go too far wrong with the Touchstone gyms (Ironworks, Mission Cliffs, Class 5). Ironworks and MC are huge and the routes (below 5.12 at least) are unlikely to send your tendons whizzing off of your bones, which, as a 180-pound lummox, I appreciate. Just don't go at night... bars are cheaper and less crowded, as meat markets go.

When I moved here (to DC) I took my girlfriend to Sportrock in Alexandria, she liked the idea of climbing indoors. They were very surly to her and I didn't appreciate it at all. I joined the YMCA, they had a miniature climbing wall that was never open, and when I moved to Capitol Hill we joined the Results gym here. It is in the formative stages as far as regulars/atmosphere, but the routes are well set, leading is finally allowed, and generally I'm much happier patronizing Results than I would be giving money to a bunch of f---ing surly gym rats (Sportrock). Perhaps I am being unkind, but the 30' wall at Results is more to my liking than the bigger, more abundant routes at SR, simply because of the bad impression the staff gave me. I'm sure a lot of cool people climb at SR, but I had not realized how important the atmosphere was (at MC, and elsewhere) until that incident.


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Jabb - that sucks about sportrock - I just applied for a job there but have only been about 5 times to climb indoors at their place. It's just too darn expensive. I'll have to check out results - do you have to join the whole place to climb? Any info you have would be great! Thanks!


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Results is really more of a gym-with-a-climbing-wall than a climbing-gym-with-weights. It's $75 a month, same as the YMCA or most climbing gyms. I think you get a free pass (or two) if you swing by and ask to check out the place. It's at 3rd and G St. SE, right off of 295/395 (6th St. SE exit) if you are interested.

I'm sure Sportrock is a better place for climbing-specific training, it's just that the incident with my girlfriend really left a bad taste in my mouth. For all I know, the staffers who were real jerks may no longer work there. It certainly has a lot more terrain than Results. On the other hand, Results allegedly got a permit to build the pool they wanted on the corner of 3rd and G, which will be very nice during the summer. No pool at Sportrock


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I'm a fan of 2 gyms here in Nor Cal. One, Rocknasium in Davis, is awesome b/c it's small but well-equiped to handle even the trickiest climber, well-staffed with friendly and enthusiastic people, and moderately cheap. Second, Granite Arch in Rancho Cordova, has a bomb bouldering room with tons of problems and some nice artificial cracks.


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i went to the boston rock gym.
it was a really good gym, because they have great routes and awesome fetures.

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U of Idaho's SRC is good. 60 foot leadable and natural climb pinnacle. Free for students who have their own gear. Good climb out cave, but no roof



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I no longer find any gym cool. I've spent enough time climbing outside that I just can't get motivated to climb inside.


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i'm glad to see that someone else mentioned rocknasium in davis, ca. i love the place, but from what i have seen and heard, it's not so big. but you can't beat the people who work there, or those who climb there. oh, and (whether or not this is a good thing i have not decided) it was on mtv last week on the show they taped in davis over the spring. the only other gym i've been to is pipeworks, in sacramento. oh, and the climbing wall in the recreation hall at uc davis. at any rate, rocknasium is the best.


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Yup, Vertical Endeavours in Duluth is mas cool. I go to school in Duluth and spend every last penny I have on my membership there. Maybe its time to get a job during school??


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I know, this is an old thread.

I've been climbing for a couple of months and have visited three
different gyms in Los Angeles. Best gym? Boulderdash. Why? Supportive staff.
As a new climber I can find it difficult to find people to climb with.
At Boulderdash the staff has almost always been proactive in helping
me find a partner.

Worst gym? Rockreation. It's not just the short walls which really wouldn't
be an issue, but it's the difficulty finding people to climb with. And the staff,
with the notable exception of Andrew, pretty much shrugs their shoulders
when asked for help finding a climbing partner.

Rockreation completely sucks if you don't show up with someone to climb with.

And it's staff is not very receptive to new climbers who may be finding
it difficult to find partners.


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Worst gym? Rockreation....Rockreation completely sucks....

YES!
It does suck.

Go to The Front!


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Worst gym? Rockreation. It's not just the short walls which really wouldn't
be an issue, but it's the difficulty finding people to climb with. And the staff,
with the notable exception of Andrew, pretty much shrugs their shoulders
when asked for help finding a climbing partner.
What gave you the idea that it's the job of the gym and its staff to find you a partner? I've been to a few gyms and none of them offers this as a service. You've been climbing for two months and haven't managed to meet anyone who'll climb with you? Sounds like a personal problem to me; don't blame the gym.

JL


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I think my gym Boise Peak Fitness in Boise, Idaho is pretty cool. The walls were sculpted out of foam and then covered in a special type of concrete so it is like real rock. It also has a great, friendly, relaxed atmosphere. Check it out at www.boisepeakfitness.com


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I like New Jack City


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I think if my wall were outside, on a moutaintop, and it were made of real rock it would be cool.


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my gym in Harket Heights Texas has 40 foot walls, boulder, bouldering cave, a whole hall for sport climbing, and tons of wall space. Only down part is the floor is rubber.


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I think if my wall were outside, on a moutaintop, and it were made of real rock it would be cool.

thats a trophy for sure!

:D

-Sean


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I am partial to Planet Rock in Ann Arbor Michigan. The gym itself is fantabulous, I don't go there that often to speak of the clientele.

I visited a gym while I was in SLO, spend just and hour and a half there and that place rocked.

I haven't been there but hope to go some day to The Spot. I don't think I really have to say much about that place, it speaks for itself.


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Planet Rock Ann Arbor is a winner, as limited as my experience is. Staff is cool. The lead area is awsome, I'm hoping to do my first indoor leading there this weekend (i'm pretty new)...

They also just had a comp, only it was themed, which was pretty sweet. It was "urban climbing." One route, the holds were all bricks, for example, bolted to the wall. They built this giant half a block, painted it like a bus, and planted it on the wall so it was like a 30 degree overhang, and planted holds on it, which was used for the finals. It was pretty cool.

EDIT:
A picture of the bus, for the curious: http://www.planet-rock.com/photo.php?photo=461
And other pics: http://www.planet-rock.com/gallery.php?gallery=3

The comp winner was a 16 year old that routinely climbs there, supposedly travels a bit to compete, I don't really know. Just know he flashed pretty much everything put up, at least while I was there.


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Two gyms I think are very, very cool:

Alien Rock 2 bouldering wall:

http://www.alienrock.co.uk/..._on_the_roof_lip.jpg

Because the problems are wicked hard but everyone's cool and every session's a blast.

Also the vast, colossal and gigantic Ratho Adventure Center:

http://www.adventurescotland.com/uploads/1new-arena.jpg

Because it's the biggest indoor climbing gym in the world - it is mind-bendingly enormous, but you can climb all day and never get bored.


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Uprising Gym in Palm Springs, CA is cool, if only for the fact that I think its the only outdoor gym in the country. Plus the membership gives you access to a great weight room and indoor/outdoor pool.


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Hi, this is my first time going to a gym in the United States because I live in Namibia.

For me the newest greater invention is the climbing mechine at Atlanta Rocks. It really tests your power to the limits and gives you a very good work out.

Keep your muscles pumped!!! :)


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The Spot and The Circuit are fantastic. Both are bouldering gyms and they really did things right with the layout and feel of the places.

The funny thing is, that their competitors (The Boulder Rock Club in Boulder and The Portland Rock Gym in Portland, respectively) are also very similar but just sort of suck, for reasons that are tough to put to words. I don't know what it is about bouldering gyms that make them so much more appealing than the standard 40' climbing gym, but the attitudes (or lack thereof) are just way better in my experience.


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I vote for Planet Rock in Ann Arbor and Pontiac, Michigan. Sure it's my home gym but it is fresh as hell!!!! On there website now they have a video from the Urban Style bouldering comp on Dec 3rd...

CLICK HERE TO CHECK IT OUT!

PEACE

AX


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MY GYM SUCKS!!!
:cry:










WHY?
BC it's a f'ing gym, man!


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CLIMB ON!!!!!


yeah buddy,, climb on in Homewood IL is the bomb!!!


they finished the new bouldering area!! carpeted padding, and narley overhangs...!!!


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The Urban Krag in Dayton, OH has a TON of things that set it apart from other gyms IMO.

It is housed in a 19th century german style cathedral, with stained glass windows included. Huge bouldering areas, including a large cave. 15+ ropes for top roping, expansive lead area, tops out at like 60 feet, but with angled walls in areas, it works out to like 80 feet of climbing. Very-well-stocked pro shop, on and off-site classes covering many different aspects of climbing. Weight room, lockers. Very very knowledgable staff, all of whom climb. They also use computer databases to keep track of routes and problems to know when to change them, so the routes there are changed often enough to where the gym never becomes boring.

Everyone should climb there at least once, its a great experience
Its a 5 minute drive from the University of Dayton as well.


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Haha. Now it's called broke barn climbing gym, and before it was called wall nut creek climbing. There are new owners, and there are new walls, and there are new routes. But it will always be my favorite gym to climb at!


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[quote "euleto"]The Urban Krag in Dayton, OH has a TON of things that set it apart from other gyms IMO.
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x2 on urban krag

I think the only one I've liked more was Climb So iLL.


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Unfortunately it was burnt down by some stupid pyro


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