to our encouraging community of passionate people seeking to get stronger, climb harder, and find balance.
We’ve created multiple pricing options to meet your budget.
25,000 sq ft of bouldering, roped, and speed climbing.
- Youth$17Ages 4-12
3 & under are free (does not include rentals)
- Students$21High school (13-17) or full time
- Individual$25Ages 60+ and active duty receive 10% off day pass
*2 person membership. Must provide proof of same address and pay on one credit card
*High School/Full time student
Can I bring guests with me to the gym?
If you have a membership, you get one free guest pass per month for anyone you would like to bring. For family memberships, each individual on the membership gets a guest pass per month.
Who qualifies for a student membership?
- Any student in high school (under the age of 18)
- Any student in college with a full time schedule
Who qualities for a family membership?
- 2 adults who live together
- Any additional children (under the age of 18) who would like to join and who live with the 2 adults
How does the billing process work?
- On the 1st of every month, you will be billed your monthly dues to the billing information you provided upon sign up
- Please follow this link to request a change in billing information:https://g1climbing.com/membership-change-request/
How do I cancel my membership?
- Follow the link below to cancel your membership. There is no cost associated with canceling membership, however you will have to pay a startup fee again of $59 if you would like to start a membership again.
- Please cancel your membership by the 25th on the month to be cancelled for the 1st of the next month!
- Please follow this link to request a termination:https://g1climbing.com/membership-change-request/
Can I freeze my membership if I know I won’t be using it?
- Yes! The cost is $11 per month to freeze your membership (same price for an adult individual or for a family), and you can unfreeze at any time.
- If you are in a family membership, you are required to freeze as a family (all parties will be frozen). If you would like to be able to freeze separately, please sign up as two adult individual members ($91 per month each).
- Please follow this link to request a freeze: https://g1climbing.com/membership-change-request/
Can my kids climb with me?
- If they are 11-17 yo there day passes are $21
- If they are 4-11yo there day passes are $17
- Under the age of 4 they climb for free
- If they are on your family membership, you pay an additional $30 a child per month and they have access to the facility the way any other member would
- You can also use your free guest pass to allow your child to climb with you for free one day
What do I need to do to prepare for my arrival?
- Sign a waiver
- Comfortable clothing/athletic clothing
- Shoeware: doesn’t matter! We have rentals; we do not allow street shoes on the wall
Am I required to use an Assisted Braking Device while belaying?
- Yes! We require assisted braking devices in our facility. This can include (but is not limited to) the following devices: Petzl GriGri, Petzl GriGri+, Mammut Smart, Black Diamond ATC Pilot, MadRock LifeGuard, Trango Vergo, Edelrid MegaJul
- Devices that this does NOT include: ATC, ATC guide
Do I need to pass a test to rope climb or lead?
Yes! The front desk is available to test you on top rope or on lead whenever you are ready to climb; our top rope test is performed on a mock top rope near the front desk and the lead test is performed on a 5.9 and requires a partner to be completed.
I don’t own climbing equipment. Can I rent some?
- Yes absolutely! We rent gear for the following prices:
- Shoes $6
- Harnesses $5
- Chalk Bag $3
- Belay Devices $2
- Rental Package (Shoes + Harness + Chalk Bag + Belay Device) $11
How do grades work?
- At G1, we use the V-scale for bouldering. The V scale is an open-ended grading scale, meaning there is no top level of difficulty. Instead, the highest grade will increase as the sport of bouldering progresses. It starts at V0 and currently goes all the way up to V17.
- For ropes, we use the Yosemite Decimal System. Climbs between 5.5 and 5.6 are easy-to-moderate, with lots of footholds but a little more difficulty than the former class. Climbs of 5.7 to 5.9 are intermediate routes that are moderately strenuous and may have some overhangs. Expert climbers can try routes that are 5.10 to 5.14, which are strenuous routes that have small footholds and a good amount of overhanging terrain.