Whether you are trying bouldering for the first time or still have a crashpad tucked away in your attic, you’ve come to the right place! We offer a variety of climbing options, fitness classes, and community events to keep everyone busy.
What is bouldering?
Bouldering is a style of rock climbing that is performed without the use of ropes or harnesses. Our bouldering walls range from 10 to 18ft high. To boulder at our gym, all you need is a pair of rock climbing shoes! Please ask the front desk staff for a quick orientation if it will be your first time bouldering.
New to bouldering?
If you’ve never bouldered before, we recommend taking our Intro to Bouldering Class. In this 30-45 minute class, you will learn basic safety, etiquette, and climbing technique so you can start crushing alongside the gym rats. Be sure to show up at least 15 minutes before the class starts. After your intro, use your newfound skills and climb until you can’t climb anymore!Book Now
Have at it! Please ask the staff if you have any questions about falling, downclimbing, or gym etiquette; we’re here to help. Dogpatch Boulders has over 300 problems from V0 to V12+, so you’re sure to find something to enjoy.
Love the style and want to improve? Our bouldering clinics will get you crushing your projects in no time!View Climbing Classes
World-class climbing may be our claim to fame, but we have incredible fitness classes, too! All fitness classes are included with a membership. Not a member yet? No problem: your day pass gives you full access to our fitness facilities. We’re currently expanding our fitness area, so be sure to check our fitness page regularly to learn about our newest offerings.View Fitness Classes
Rock climbing is a great family activity! We have problems suitable for all ages and abilities, and our kids area is an excellent place to introduce very young climbers to the sport. Please note that all children under the age of 14 must be supervised. Check out our +YOUTH tab on the drop-down menu above to find out more about teams, camps, and events.
Got more questions?
Our FAQ may have the answers you’re looking for.View FAQ