If it’s your first time bouldering or you just want to make sure you’re prepared for a visit, check out these frequently asked questions!
Bouldering is free-climbing without ropes or harnesses, protected by thick pads to fall or jump down to. Slip on some climbing shoes, add some chalk to your hands, and pick a route to try!
Anyone under 13 years of age must have a parent or guardian with them.
Nope! Although you will make friends. But since there are no ropes involved you can pop in to climb at any point, without trying to coordinate friends or a climbing partner.
Usually looser or flexible clothing works best for climbing since you will be reaching and stretching for the holds. You’ll get chalky and sweaty too. But seriously, anything works. You will likely see everything from standard workout gear, to blue jeans, to button-ups.
Climbing shoes and chalk are the mains. You may also prefer a chalkbag or finger tape too, although you can easily grow into that. For first-timers or those that don’t want to invest in a shiny new pair of climbing shoes or chalk, we will have that gear to rent.

Come into the reception area and say hi. We’ll take you through a brief orientation to show you how to climb, then you’ll sign the waiver if you haven’t done so in advance online, provide you with whatever gear you need, and then you’re off and climbing. For your first time you’ll probably only climb a handful of routes, at least until those fingers and hands strengthen up.

Climbing, yoga and fitness classes, full weight room, and related gear.  There is also plenty of seating area to come chill.

Absolutely – for now just send us an email at programs@stonecoclimbing.com and we will plan it out with you.  This can range from blocking a small portion of the gym for smaller groups, to booking it all for larger blow outs.