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mike1

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36' high. It's high enough for training. they're not done building the walls but they are giving tours, answering questions and signing people up. 10% off for all members signed up in October as "founding memberships".

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It's now been open for a year and a half or so; and at this time business seems to be booming with families, kids, and new climbers. No dirty feet smell yet either.

 

36ft may be a bit short when looking at other local gyms, but running a couple laps in a row on 5.9 nose route will cure any doubt that the route setters know what they are doing.

 

This gym is what Vancouver needed; so at least stop by and check it out, maybe pick up a punchcard (They never expire.....)

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