Telluride Indoor Climbing Gym Opens for Winter Season

Telluride Indoor Climbing Gym Opens for Winter Season

Local climbing gym opens Sunday, November 29, hosted by Telluride Mountain Club and made possible with monetary support from CCAASE. Telluride Academy donated most of the equipment.

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The Telluride Indoor Climbing Gym opens its doors on Sunday, November 29 for the winter climbing season. The gym will remain open through Sunday, April 3, 2016, 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays (excluding Christmas Eve and New Years Eve).

The climbing gym is located in the Telluride High School. To enter the gym, use the Palm Theater doors and then use the double doors on your left.

The gym provides local and aspiring climbers an opportunity to work on skills during the winter months. The climbing gym is also a great way to meet new people and connect with climbing partners. Additionally, the venue is perfect opportunity for locals to get into the sport of climbing and stay active during the week.

The climbing gym has ropes, but climbers need to bring all their own personal equipment.

All users of the gym will need to sign liability releases and register either in advance or when they arrive at the gym.

  • Admission is $5 per drop-in
  • Member 10-punch pass is $30, Non-member 10-punch pass is $35
  • Member 30-day pass is $40, Non-member 30-day pass is $45*
  • Member season pass is $110, Non-member season pass is $140**
  • *The Monthly Pass is valid from the first day used and for 30 consecutive days following
  • **A Season Pass is valid November 29, 2015 to April 3, 2016 every night the gym is open

The Indoor Climbing Gym is a service provided to the community through the Telluride Mountain Club with monetary support from CCAASE.

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To purchase a climbing gym pass for the 2015-2016 winter season, go here.

For more information on the Indoor Climbing Gym:

Dave Foley,, 970.708.7633

Nate Smith,, 727.808.6770

About Telluride Mountain Club:

Originally conceived as an avalanche-education organization in 1986, the Telluride Mountain Club (TMC) evolved towards access advocacy and promoting responsible, safe backcountry travel and recreation. For those that enjoy hiking, backcountry touring, climbing and/or exploring the San Juan Mountains, we encourage our alpine community to join TMC to build a stronger, better and more cohesive group. For more information, visit or email



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