These walls are our canvas and your playground. Constructed in two phases by two different companies, our gym is full of subtle angles, bold faces and endless variety. Our setting is arranged by colour, so we can fit multiple climbs on each line and you can still easily scope your beta. Be warned: the following galleries may leave you with sweaty palms.
Main Rope Walls
You name it, these walls have it: gentle slab and serious steep, tight corners and open exposure. Built by Rockwerx in 2008, this wall hosts over 100 routes across 50 top rope lines and 40 lead anchors, and 4 autobelays. 26' to the summit.
Part of our 2013 Walltopia expansion, the Alley is our most accessible climbing area for beginners and children. Home to 21 top ropes and our 6 autobelays, this space sees heavy use from groups, beginner lessons, and our Academy. When it isn't packed full of new climbers, the autobelays are a great way to climb when you're visiting on your own. 24' to the top.
Note: the Alley is often closed during Academy sessions. Expect closures during the following times:
Rope Grade Distribution
Our main boulder is one of Canada's most famous walls, having hosted huge competitions like Canada's youth and adult National Bouldering Championships. Built by Rockwerx in 2008, this beast is defined by large, steep facets and relatively simple angle changes. 12' to the lip, 14' for the top out. Mats by Flashed.
The Boulder Lab
Built by Walltopia in 2013, the Boulder Lab is the home boulder for our youth programs. Climbs on this wall focus on smaller bodies, but not necessarily easier grades. This opus of steep is bookended by two tall slab walls, features a kid-friendly cave, and houses a training area upstairs. 13' to the headwall, 16' to the rail. Mats by Flashed.
Note: the Boulder Lab is often closed during Academy sessions. Expect closures during the following times:
Monday: No Closures
Tuesday: No Closures
Wednesday: No Closures
Friday: No Closures
Sunday: No Closures