7 Indoor Climbing Gyms in Denver

indoor climbing gyms in denverThe Mile High city has no shortage of indoor climbing gyms. Whether you are training for your first or your thousandth climb, looking to join a local climbing community or just wanting to try something new, Denver has an indoor climbing gym perfectly suited for you!

Denver Bouldering Club

DBC Central: 2485 West 2nd Avenue #18

DBC South: 4131 South Natches Court Unit E

The Denver Bouldering Club offers beginners and experts a premium climbing experience at two convenient Denver-Metro locations. The DBC features over 13,000 square feet of bouldering space and community support that will energize your workout for improved fitness and more rewarding climbing. The DBC has one of the friendliest vibes on the front range. The angles are great, the setting is challenging, and there’s always motivation to get better.

Earth Treks

Englewood: 1050 West Hampden Avenue

Golden: 700 Golden Ridge Road

From novice to expert and everything in between, there’s a spot for you at Earth Treks. Earth Treks believes in building a community by bringing the mountains to more people and having an impact on the world. In addition to roped climbing and bouldering terrain, guests will find amenities that include a yoga studio, functional fitness and cardio zones, training areas, climbing classes, a retail pro-shop complete with expert advice, and on-site child care. Their newest location in Englewood spans more than 52,000 square feet making it the largest climbing gym in the United States.

Mountain Strong

Location: 8610 East 21st Avenue

Mountain Strong is a CrossFit gym, a rock-climbing training gym, bouldering gym, and a generally fun community of people who work hard with the goal of turning themselves into the person they want to be. The gym features 4,000 square feet of specialized training equipment including: 800 square feet of boulder with a Wolrd Cup inspired wall, Olympic power lifting equipment, Concept 2 Ski Ergs, Concept 2 Rowers, and more!

Movement Climbing + Fitness

Baker: 1155 West 5th Avenue

Boulder: 2845 Valmont Road

RiNo: 3201 Walnut Street

Movement offers world-class route setting! They are home to the highest number of certified setters in the country, some of which hold the highest level of certification in the world. Their routes are thoughtful and challenging at every grade. While the route setters are highly creative, they are also considerate of all ability levels, proportions, and style preferences. Whether one is looking to have fun with friends, climbing for exercise, training for outdoor climbing, or preparing for competition—they set routes that help you make progress toward your goals.

Rock’n Jam’n

Centennial: 7390 South Fraser Street Unit E

Thornton: 9499 North Washington Street Unit C

At Rock’n & Jam’n Climbing Gym Denver visitors can embrace their next challenge and become the best climbers they can be! The Thornton location opened its doors in May 1997 with the hopes of filling the need for a ground-breaking climbing facility in Colorado. They continued their vision to offer the best indoor climbing gym Denver can provide when opening our Centennial location in March 2004. Their gyms feature some of the steepest and tallest overhanging climbing terrain, bouldering, top rope climbing, and auto belays.

The Spot

Boulder: 3240 Prairie Avenue

Denver: 1235 Delaware Street – Coming Soon!

The Spot Denver location is currently still under construction but will be opening in the coming weeks! This new location will be roughly twice the size of the Boulder location. It will be 19,000 square feet with walls reaching 18 feet high. Two-thirds of the facility will be filled with awesome bouldering walls. The remaining third will be dedicated to fitness with a wide range of modern workout equipment and the latest climber training tools.

Ubergrippen

Location: 8610 East 21st Avenue

Ubergrippen is the intense feeling of relief when finding a jug or good hand hold after a difficult crux. This indoor climbing gym features a climbing hall with a 40-foot-tall roped climbing area. There is also a boulder field with a 16-foot-tall bouldering wall, yoga & fitness classes, a community patio and garden, and a family-friendly climbing zone! The engaging and friendly staff make sure you won’t feel intimidated like at other gyms.

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Mara Calomino


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