Reach Indoor Climbing features two floors of bouldering, a 10x10 adjustable Kilterboard, 6 autobelays and 9 top rope and lead lines.
We take pride in making Reach an inclusive space for all climbers. We believe that anyone can climb and have created a welcoming space for new and experienced climbers alike.
At Reach, we want every climber who steps into our facility to leave having learned something new and we believe our routesetting reflects this. We have hundreds of modern holds and volumes, dozens of unique climbing movements, a community that is encouraging and engaged and staff that are always willing to help. Whether it's your first day on the walls or you've been climbing your whole life, we believe we have the tools to help you Reach your goals!
Once you arrive, you will check in at our front desk to make sure you have completed a waiver
form (see “Who needs a waiver form?” for more information) and complete payment, if
necessary. If you need rental gear, we will get you fitted before you head out on to the floor.
If it’s your very first visit or we have updated our policies since you were last in the facility, you
will be required to go through a facility safety orientation. This orientation will introduce you to
all the climbing options our facility has to offer and show you how to use them according to
Everyone who enters the facility (climbers and spectators) past the front desk will be required
to fill out a waiver form. Waiver forms must be updated and re-signed annually.
Waiver forms for climbers/spectators under the age of 18 must be signed by a parent or legal
guardian. We have digital waiver forms that can be filled out in advance if the parent/legal
guardian will not be dropping the minor off. Any minor without a completed waiver form will
not be able to enter the facility.
Please follow the link here to complete a waiver form
Climbers aged 13 and above are welcome to climb alone without supervision, as long as they have a valid waiver signed by a parent/guardian.
Climbers under 13 will need to be closely supervised by someone aged 18 or above. Closely supervised means that the responsible adult needs to have a clear eyeline to every climber they are supervising in an autobelay or rope zone; and must be able to physically intervene in a bouldering zone.
If you are climbing alone, you will have access to all of the bouldering and auto-belays. You will
need a partner and a valid belay test in order to use the top-rope or lead climbing areas.
Reservations are strongly recommended for larger groups or for individuals who might require additional support or assistance (eventually add link to booking system).
If you do not have your own equipment, rental equipment (shoes, harness) will be provided at an additional fee. This equipment is essential to climb at Reach.
Any clothing that allows you to move freely, be active, and won’t get in the way of putting a
harness on will be fine to climb in. Sportswear is recommended but not required. Shirts are required in the facility at all times. We do not recommend climbing in a skirt or dress. However, if this clothing is required for religious or cultural reasons, our team can work with you to come up with a safe and respectful solution. In the event that safety remains a concern, our team may limit your climbing to our bouldering areas.
If you need to rent climbing shoes, you should bring a clean pair of thin socks. Bulky socks will
be extremely uncomfortable in climbing shoes.
If you are belaying for another person; loose clothing and long hair are at risk of being caught in
your belay device and should be tied back.
Jewelry can be damaged while climbing and it’s best to leave items you care about at home.
Long necklaces and rings are hazardous while climbing and we will ask you to remove them
before you get on the wall.
We offer a variety of climbing options here at Reach, whether you climb for fun, to train, by yourself or with friends.
Bouldering: Rope-free climbing on shorter walls. Bouldering does not require a harness, but
does require climbing shoes. You can boulder alone or with friends, but you do not need a
partner to boulder. You will be taught on your first visit how to fall properly, how to understand
a boulder problem, and all the areas you can climb without a rope.
Auto-Belay: Harnessed climbing on taller walls while you are attached to a retracting line. Auto-
belays do not require a partner or any experience operating a rope prior to climbing. You will be
taught on your first visit how to clip in to an auto-belay, how to get back down to the ground,
and all of the areas you can climb the taller walls without a partner. Climbers must be 14 years
of age or older to operate an auto-belay alone, all other climbers will need to be attached to
the line by an adult supervisor.
Top-Rope: Harnessed climbing on taller walls while you are attached to a rope anchored to the
top of the wall. Top-rope climbing requires a partner who is certified to belay (operate the
ropes) in our facility. You can take a belay test on your first visit to demonstrate your
Lead: Harnessed climbing on taller walls where you attach your rope to protection points on
the wall on your way up. Lead climbing requires both climber and belayer to be certified before
getting on the wall. Please inquire in advance about booking a lead test and plan for at least 30
minutes for the test. We require assisted braking devices for all lead climbing in our facility and
climbers must bring their own ropes appropriate for your belay device.