The Estes Park Mountain Shop Climbing gym is one of the finest
small gyms in the country. We have over 4,500 square feet of
climbing terrain including state-of-the-art training tools (Moon Board
and M6 Treadwall) and 125 linear feet of bouldering. Our routes are
changed often and are great for the beginner as well as the expert.
We offer daily, monthly and longer passes for individuals as-well-as
families. We can handle small and large groups, birthday parties,
corporate team building or anything you can think of. Our gym is
open daily from 8 AM to 8 PM year around.
3 CLIMBS FOR $20
Want to try climbing? For those who have never climbed or have climbed just a little we offer 3 climbs for $20. We will do the belaying or the safety end of the rope so you can concentrate and enjoy the climbing. This is a great activity for kids, however, there are no age limits in either direction. We have had kids as young as 2 and kids as old as 75 climb our walls. Although the gym is open every day 8 AM to 8 PM, 3 for $20 climbing is generally only available from 10 AM to 4 PM based on our staff availability. Reservations are highly recommended. Call 970-586-6548 to reserve your climbing time.
INTRODUCTION TO CLIMBING PACKAGE
This class provides instruction for basic understanding of equipment, tying of knots, the proper belay techniques, along with safety procedures for gym climbing. It also includes a day pass to the gym and all your rental equipment.
Class is only for ages 14 and up and can take anywhere between 20 mins to 1 hour.
approaching the top of climbing wall
reaching for the top of the indoor climbing wall at Estes Park Mountain Shop
Indoor Climbing Gym - EPMS
View of the climbing terrain and routes at Estes Park Mountain Shop's EPIC gym
Indoor climbing for all ages
Indoor climbing for all ages and abilities
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Climbing gym routes and problems
Taking a look at the Estes Park Mountain Shop's climbing gym routes
Monkeying around on bouldering wall
Working through a bouldering problem