"The constant rotation of routes and the 24/7 access" Mark Rafferty
"The newest top notch holds. The treadwall. The Tension Board. The Moon Board. The best bouldering pads!" Abi Stetzer
Basecamp membership includes 24/7 access to 80+ set bouldering problems, a Moon Board, Tension Board, treadwall, hang board station, free weights, cardio equipment, and lobby space with WIFI.
Is it really 24/7 access?
Yes! We give you a key fob you can use to climb with us any time!
How do I sign up?
Come in on while we are open to the public Wednesday-Sunday to get your orientation and key fob. If that doesn't work for your schedule, contact us. We'd love to meet you to get your membership set up!
How much is a membership?
For an individual, climbing with us is $65 a month. Students and Black Hills Climbers Coalition Members get a 10% discount.
Can my family all climb at Basecamp?
Yes! We have no age limit for climbers at Basecamp! All minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. A family membership is $160 a month for 3 climbers (+$5 for every climber after that), and adults in the household will be given keys. They will be responsible for any kids there with them that day.
Can I bring a friend?
We love that you want to bring your friend! They are welcome to join you Mondays though Fridays 3-8 PM or Saturdays and Sundays between 11-8 PM. Once a month members get a guest pass to bring a friend for FREE!
How do I cancel a membership?
To cancel your month to month membership, fill out the form below by the 25th of the month before you want to cancel.
Joining the Basecamp community was one of the best choices I have made for not just building my physical strength and confidence, but it also helped me develop an outlet for my mental health as well. From the first day I started climbing there I felt immediately welcomed and was connected to some truly amazing people. If the community wasn’t enough by itself, having access to the gym at times that fit my schedule provided me with all the tools I could need to really grow as a climber. The convenient workout facility for strength training, several different climbing wall types, a constantly changing variety of route styles, and a persistent stream of motivation from both the staff and the other climbers made setting goals and having visible progress easier than ever.