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Climb North
Rock Climbing
Today 5:00 – 9:00 PM
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2468 Wildwood Rd Hampton Township, PA 15091
2468 Wildwood RoadUSPennsylvaniaHampton Township15091
Rock ClimbingToday 5:00 – 9:00 PM
Thursday 5:00 – 9:00 PMFriday 5:00 – 9:00 PMSaturday 11:00 AM – 5:00 PMSunday 11:00 AM – 5:00 PMMonday 5:00 – 9:00 PMTuesday 5:00 – 9:00 PMWednesday 5:00 – 9:00 PM
Climb North is a small indoor rock climbing gym attached to Jewarts Gymnastics. We have been open for over 20 years, making us one of the oldest walls in the area. Whether you are a beginner or advanced climber, we have something for you! Our wall offers bouldering, top roping, and classes for kids. Come to Climb North for a fun and friendly indoor rock climbing experience!
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"An excellent and very friendly little climbing gym."
"Lots of challenging boulder problems and very similar to problems outdoors."
"Nice place, has several walls that are great for beginners like myself."
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Chief Chief
2 months ago
Small bouldering gym, but plenty of problems and enough variance in type and difficulty to keep you occupied. New routes every week it seems. There's a big cave area with plenty of roof problems and a few highball walls. Never super crowded so you won't be waiting long for anything. Prices are reasonable.
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Ethan Nicholson
9 months ago
Awesome little gym. Plenty to keep you busy for hours
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Christopher Lansdown
a year ago
An excellent and very friendly little climbing gym. It specializes in bouldering, and has a good primary route setter.
A Google User
5 years ago
In my opinion, one of the most important factors of a good climbing gym is the staff. The staff here are excellent, extremely friendly, always ready to offer a belay, and give tips or beta if you need it (Most of the staff is very experienced in outdoor climbing. Justin, the manager, has climbed a "coopers" V9 and 14a.) The routes themselves, although oriented towards younger climbers since they make up a majority of the classes at this gym, are usually on the longer side set up for training. For every 2 longer problems, there is 1 quality boulder problem that is the standard 11-15 moves. Difficulties range from V0 all the way to V7 (at the moment.) Take these grades with a grain of salt! When I first started climbing here as a V4 climber, I was getting kicked off of some of the sand bagged V2's! (A running joke in the gym is if we cannot figure out the grade, its given "V2+") A testament to this is, recently, a problem was given a V2 that was crossed out to a V4 that was yet again crossed out to a V5. The gym is also being expanded upon! More higball bouldering is appearing in the back of the gym.
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mitchell dunn
a month ago
Nice place, has several walls that are great for beginners like myself. Friendly and helpful staff as well as other patrons. Reasonable prices as well.
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Jason Xu
a year ago
Let's Talk about this place! First off driving in the parking lot I felt something may have been amiss, the parking lot is riddled with pot holes and random gravel everywhere. I thought my car was going to split into two. As I exited the car and excited about some rock climbing, I opened the first door to entry as I was surged by a shock wave of body odor and stink. I walked in and thought to myself this may not be so bad perhaps I can get over or get used to this before I head to the actual rock gym. I walked a few steps and opened the gymnasium door. Words could not describe this shock wave of odor probably 10 times worse than the initial smell. The only way I could describe it was the HIROSHIMA of BO. I could have sworn half my brain cells were fried in this shock wave. My eyes began to water and I was about to vomit. I ran outside had to pull myself together. As I turned to go back in again to just make sure it wasn't some coincidence, i opened the door and vomited a little in my mouth. Unfortunately I did not actually rock climb here due to these circumstances. I figured opening a window was free, but perhaps the staff cannot be bothered. In all fairness the gym looked pretty sweet. I would recommend you go here if you have a cold, and have lost your ability to smell and taste. If only smell you can still taste the musky BO emanating from the room. Or perhaps you had a large meal you regretted the calories. This would be a great place to lose that meal immediately. If this place could have a smell rating I would rate it a -15 out of 10. Thanks
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Beth Peterson
3 years ago
I have climbed for a very long time, but never indoors. This place is great! Lots of challenging boulder problems and very similar to problems outdoors. This is my new rainy day/winter training spot.
A Google User
5 years ago
Although Climb North is smaller than most newer gyms, it has stood the test of time. It has been there since 1993 the staff told me! The wall is great for bouldering the although the top rope section is smaller than some, it offers great routes for all levels of climbers. The staff was very friendly and had a lot of kids there when I came who looked like they were having a blast. I would suggest this gym to anyone looking to climb in the Pittsburgh area.


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