JUNE 22ND TO 24TH
This first phase is for members who chose to opt-in and support Allez Up by continuing to pay for their memberships during the closure. This first phase will allow us to test out our new system and measures.
Members who opted-in at any point during the closure will be allowed to climb during this phase.
Opening hours will be reduced during phase 1, from 3:30pm to 10pm.
JUNE 25TH and 26TH
The second phase is for any EFT or prepaid member. This phase will allow us to continue testing our new system.
Memberships will not yet be reactivated during this phase. All EFT and prepaid members will be able to climb for free.
Opening hours will be reduced during phase 2, from 3:30pm to 10pm.
AS OF JUNE 27TH
During the final phase of the reopening, the gym will be open to everyone.
Please note that only accredited members will be able to climb at the centre as there will be no accreditations.
Hours of operation will be reduced to start, from 8:45am to 10pm every day.
Each reservation allows you to climb for a 2-hour session.
You must have checked in, warmed up, climbed and left the gym within these 2 hours.
When booking you will be asked to choose a time slot. All time slots are staggered to avoid line ups.
Reservations must be done online and must be paid in advance. When booking online, you must provide your credit card number.
You will be able to book in advance or at the last minute. We ask you to book in advance a maximum of 2 times a week to give everyone the opportunity to climb. If there are still time slots available 24 hours before, you will be able to book again.
EFT, prepaid and 10-punch pass members will be able to reserve 7 days in advance. Drop-ins will be able to reserve 3 days in advance.RESERVE NOW
Allez Up and Allez Out are completely separate.
Separate reservations are needed for indoor and outdoor and there will be no travelling between Allez Up and Allez Out.
Every morning at 9am we will announce if Allez Out is open based on the weather. Reservations open every day at 9am.ALLEZ OUT
AT THE ENTRANCE
Upon entering the gym and before starting to climb, each person must disinfect their hands.
THROUGHOUT THE CENTRE
In addition to hand disinfecting at the entrance, we have several hand disinfection stations at your disposal. You are invited to regularly disinfect your hands between climbs.
It is strongly recommended to use liquid chalk since the alcohol content is usually over 70% and can even reach 99.9%, which contributes to the disinfection process.
Wearing a mask is not mandatory but is strongly recommended. Reusable masks are available for purchase at the gym.
Wearing gloves is mandatory to belay on the silos.
Wearing shoes and a shirt is mandatory at all time
If you are experiencing flu-like symptoms (fever, cough, difficulty breathing, sick, cold or tired) or are in voluntary isolation, we ask that you respect this isolation and stay home. You must diagnose your condition in a self-critical manner and consider the impact of transmission on others before coming to the centre. Our employees may ask you to leave the centre if they consider your health status to be at risk.
If you postpone your reservation because of your health condition or because of isolation, there will be no cancellation fee.
During the entire duration of your visit to Allez Up, as well as during check-in and check-out, regulations and recommendations regarding social distancing must be respected. You must keep a minimum distance of two metres between each person during your visit.
COHABITATION AND RELATIONSHIPS
Even if you are co-habiting or in a relationship with your climbing partner, you must respect social distancing. Knowing that distancing is one of the most effective tools against the spread of the virus, everyone will have to submit to it in order to provide the safest possible environment for everyone.
CHILDREN UNDER 14 YEARS OF AGE
The only valid exception to social distancing is for children under 14 years of age and their parent living in the same household. Parent-child climbers must stay together in the marked areas and respect all other distancing measures.
In order to ensure the least amount of traffic in tight spaces and non-essential gatherings, we have temporarily closed some services. The following is a list of locations and services that are closed:
In order to keep handling and transactions to a minimum, cash is no longer accepted as a method of payment at the centre.
All transactions are made online by credit card at the time of booking. All transactions made at the centre will be charged directly to your account each week.
Rental services remain available. Shoes and belay devices are disinfected according to manufacturers' recommendations after each use. Harnesses are removed for 24 hours for decontamination after each use.
Chalk rental is suspended for the duration of the pandemic.
Here is a list of things to bring to your climbing session:
CHECK IN AND CLIMB
EFT memberships were put on pause as soon as the gym closed. The $8 fees were not charged. Your membership will be reactivated on June 27th.
All prepaid memberships had their end dates adjusted to compensate for the exact duration of the closure.
If you don't feel comfortable climbing at the centre, you can always freeze your membership. A fee of 8$/month will apply.
No. Unfortunately, this advantage is temporarily suspended until the end of our capacity restrictions.
Yes. The prices remain the same. The only changes are as follows:
No. We'll reopen with reduced hours.
During phase 1 and 2 of the reopening (June 22 to 26th), the gym will be open from 4:00 pm to 10:00 pm.
During phase 3 (as of June 27th), the opening hours will be from 8:45 am to 10:00 pm every day.
Yes. Space is limited, so if you want to come to the gym you will need to pay an entry fee even if you do not plan on climbing.
No. Allez Up and Allez Out are completely separate. Separate reservations are needed for indoor and outdoor and there will be no travelling between Allez Up and Allez Out.
Yes. Even if you are co-habiting or in a relationship with your climbing partner, you must respect social distancing. Knowing that distancing is one of the most effective tools against the spread of the virus, everyone will have to submit to it in order to provide the safest possible environment for everyone.