You can try climbing by taking our Climbing 101 course, trying bouldering or our auto-belays or coming to our walk-in sessions.
This is the course you will need to be able to climb ropes.
You'll learn the proper knot, safe belay technique as well as how to put on your harness. Most importantly, you'll practice proper catching and belaying under the supervision of a qualified instructor in a safe setting.CLIMBING 101 COURSE
The Trublue accreditation will allow you to use our auto-belays.
What is an auto-belay? It is a system that allows you to climb safely at heights without having to take the Climbing 101 course.TRUBLUE ACCREDITATION
Bouldering is a discipline of rock climbing that does not involve ropes. The walls are much smaller and climbers fall on mats instead of being attached to ropes.
A course is not required to boulder at Allez Up, so it's a great way to try climbing for the first time.
If you would like to learn the basics of bouldering, we suggest our Bouldering 101 course, which includes 7 days of unlimited bouldering + equipment rental during that time!BOULDERING 101 COURSE
Walk-ins are for those who want to try route climbing for the first time under the supervision of a qualified instructor. We recommend walk-in sessions for children or families.
It's the perfect way to introduce your children to climbing. Sit back and let our experienced staff run the session or join in and climb as a family!MORE INFORMATION
After taking your Climbing 101 course, it's time to become an autonomous accredited member!
Before you can climb in the gym, you will need to obtain your accreditation.
The accreditation is earned by passing a hands-on test in which you prove to our staff that you are able to use the equipment, tie knots, belay safely and communicate effectively with your climber.MORE INFORMATION
Get a membership and climb as much as you can!
Once you have become an accredited member, it's time to start getting some mileage in! We have membership options for all budgets and for every level of commitment.PRICING
Comfortable loose or flexible clothing is most recommended. You can wear a closed, clean and dry shoe instead of the climbing shoes. Long hair must be tied back.
A waiver must be signed for each climber. For climbers under the age of 18, a parent or legal guardian must sign. All waivers will need to be renewed every 3 years. You can fill out your waiver online or at the gym.
On-street parking is available around the gym. We also have 6 parking spots by the back entrance to the gym.
You can bring children, but they must be supervised by an adult at all times. Please note that while we welcome children, certain conditions may apply. We encourage you to call us at 514-989-9656 to find out whether you can bring your children.