Basecamp's Facility

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Main Problem Walls

With at least 50 boulder problems (routes), climbers of all skill levels can learn to climb, train, or improve their technique at Basecamp. Because half our routes change on the first and third weeks of the month, you will always have time to complete a project AND find something new!

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Training Wall

Moon Board & Tension Board

  • Tension Board: Skin friendly wooden holds (Routes begin at V0)

  • Moon Board: First international training system; translates well to outdoor bouldering (Routes begin at V4)

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Treadwall

Never-ending way to train until you can't hold on anymore! The wall uses your body weight to keep going. For an extra challenge, use the hand cranks on the side of the frame to make it go further overhanging!

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Training Room

THIS IS A GREAT PLACE FOR YOUR TAGLINE.

From cardio equipment to free weights, hang boards and a campus board, you will be able to start or finish your workout, work opposing muscles, and train for your next climb.

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Basecamp's Unique Rating System

Basecamp

In alpine climbing, Basecamp is where you start your adventures.  Our "Basecamp" boulders are where you start climbing. Whether it's your first climb of the day or first climb ever, everyone starts at Basecamp.

VB

E

E is for everyone.

Basecamp's E routes are designed to have interesting movement anyone can try!

V0 - V1

M-

Moderate Minus

A starting foray into more technical and powerful movement

V2 - V3

M

Moderate

Fun, technical, powerful

V4 - V5

M+

Moderate Plus

Try your skills and power on these enjoyable, interesting routes

V6 - V7

H

Hard

Routes to test even the most advanced climber

V8+