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This disclaimer is drawn from the MetroRock Waiver of Liability, which must be signed by all climbers before using the gym. CLIMBING IS AN INHERENTLY HAZARDOUS AND DANGEROUS ACTIVITY AND INVOLVES BOTH INHERENT AND EXTRINSIC, AND BOTH NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL RISKS THAT MAY RESULT IN ALL MANNER OF HARM, LOSS, DAMAGE, PROPERTY DAMAGE, SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURIES, OR DEATH TO YOU AND/OR OTHERS FROM, FOR EXAMPLE,  (a) FALLS FROM THE CLIMBING SURFACE ONTO THE FLOOR, ROCK SURFACE, PROJECTIONS OR OTHER OBJECTS, (b) FALLING ONTO OTHERS PRESENT, (c) CLIMBERS OR OTHER OBJECTS (SUCH AS ROPES, HOLDS OR HARDWARE) FALLING ONTO YOU, (d) IMPROPER USE, INSTALLATION OR MAINTENANCE OF GEAR, EQUIPMENT AND/OR APPARATUSES, (e) GEAR AND EQUIPMENT DEFECTS OR MALFUNCTION, (f) FAILURE TO FOLLOW PROPER CLIMBING AND/OR BELAY PROCEDURES, (g) IMPROPER OR INSUFFICIENT TRAINING, SUPERVISION AND/OR INSTRUCTION, (h) ROPE ABRASION AND/OR ENTANGLEMENT, (i) CUTS AND ABRASIONS RESULTING FROM SKIN CONTACT WITH THE CLIMBING WALL, AND (j) FAILURE OF ROPES, SLINGS, BOLTS, CHAINS, CLIMBING HARDWARE, ANCHOR POINTS, OR ANY PART OF THE CLIMBING WALL STRUCTURE. YOU ASSUME ALL RISKS AND RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY HARM, LOSS, DAMAGE, PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY, OR DEATH TO YOU OR OTHERS RESULTING FROM, ARISING OUT OF, OR ANY WAY IN RELATION TO YOUR USE OF OR PRESENCE IN THE GYM’S FACILITIES, GEAR, EQUIPMENT, CLIMBING WALLS AND APPARATUSES. You have an obligation and responsibility to yourself, as well as to other users of the GYM to conduct yourself in a safe manner. You will not use the GYM while under the influence of drugs or alcohol or while suffering from or experiencing any other condition that might impair you. You are responsible for checking, ensuring and maintaining the safety and safe operating condition of any and all equipment, gear, or apparel (including, but not limited to, anchors, ropes, carabiners, belay devices, harnesses and/or shoes) that you may utilize while present in or using the GYM regardless of where or from whom you may have obtained such equipment, gear, or apparel. You use and accept those items "as is" and use them at YOUR OWN RISK. YOU HEREY WAIVE, RELEASE, AND DISCHARGE FOREVER, THE GYM FROM ANY AND ALL LIABILITIES, CLAIMS, DEMANDS, OR CAUSES OF ACTION WHATSOEVER, FOR ANY HARM, LOSS, DAMAGE, PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURIES OR DEATH, DUE TO ANY NEGLIGENCE, GROSS NEGLIGENCE, OR ANY OTHER CAUSE (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE NEGLIGENCE OR GROSS NEGLIGENCE OF THE GYM, OR ITS EMPLOYEES, CONTRACTORS OR AGENTS, OR OTHERWISE) RESULTING FROM, ARISING OUT OF, OR IN CONNECTION WITH YOUR PRESENCE IN OR USE OF THE GYM. YOU HEREBY AGREE TO DEFEND, INDEMNIFY AND HOLD HARMLESS THE GYM FROM AND AGAINST ANY CLAIM, CAUSE OF ACTION, LIABILITY OR JUDGMENT RESULTING FROM, ARISING OUT OF, OR IN CONNECTION WITH YOUR PRESENCE IN AND/OR USE OF THE GYM, ITS FACILITIES, GEAR, EQUIPMENT, OR APPARATUSES.

For First-Time Visitors:

About our Instruction options and Climbing Policies:

About Climbing with Kids:

Challenge Course Questions:

Regarding Memberships and Rates:

General Info:

How do I get to your gym?

See our directions tab in the sidebar for driving directions and public transportation options.

I'm new to climbing, what can I do to get started?

We offer a variety of options for beginners:

Firstly, you can drop by anytime and try bouldering. The bouldering areas require no reservation and offer terrain for climbers of all abilities. This type of climbing is closer to the ground and doesn't require ropes and harnesses. We provide gymnastic pads for your safety. Bouldering is a great way to learn to climb and develop technique and climbing strength.
Secondly, you can also drop by anytime and after a quick safety tutorial, you can use auto belays as well. The auto belays allow you to climb the higher walls, but you'll only be able to climb where the auto belays are located. These are a great option if you just want to walk in and check out climbing.

For climbing on ropes we offer a couple of class options for beginners:

  • The basic safety classes will teach you safely use the ropes. The price includes all gear rentals and a day pass allowing you to climb afterwards.
  • The Learn to Climb class meets on weekends and will provide you with safety instruction as well as basic climbing skills. You'll get a free pass for your next visit as part of the price.

I’m an experienced climber, what do I need to get started? Do I have to take a belay test?

You must pass a belay test before you can get on ropes. An additional test is required for lead climbing. Belay tests are free and can be done at any time (and don't need to be scheduled in advance.)

Please note the lead climbers must bring their own rope to use.

What types of climbing are available?

All of our gyms have areas for bouldering, auto belays, and rope climbing (top-rope, auto-belayers and lead.)
Our walls are among the tallest in the Northeast and we offer the most climbing terrain in New England, including cracks, aretes, chimneys, dihedrals and pitches raning from slab all the way to steep overhangs.

Does your gym offer anything besides climbing?

Yes, the gym has fitness areas with aerobic exercise machines and fitness equipment. We also host Yoga classes at various times during the week, click here for times and rates.
In Everett, we also have high ropes challenge courses available. These provide a unique physical activity that challenge participants to overcome inhibitions and achieve goals.

I've never climbed in a gym before, what should I wear?

Generally, you want to wear clothes that don't constrict movement and are what you'd be comfortable in while exercising moderately. Climbing isn't an intensely aerobic activity, but you will sweat and you will see a full range of motion. Excessively loose and baggy clothes are NOT recommended; they'll get in the way of your equipment and be uncomfortable under a harness. Skirts and dresses are a bad idea! Also, try to avoid wearing rings and watches because if they get caught in a fall, you can really hurt yourself.

Is climbing dangerous?

Climbing involves inherent risks but we go to great lengths to prevent injury and accidents. It is most dangerous if you ignore the systems and methods designed to keep you safe. Our instructors will teach you to use the gear and to safely make your way around the gym. We adhere to the highest standards of safety and will not let you climb until we're certain you know how to be safe.

Or, as our waiver puts it:

CLIMBING IS AN INHERENTLY HAZARDOUS AND DANGEROUS ACTIVITY AND INVOLVES BOTH INHERENT AND EXTRINSIC, AND BOTH NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL RISKS THAT MAY RESULT IN ALL MANNER OF HARM, LOSS, DAMAGE, PROPERTY DAMAGE, SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURIES, OR DEATH TO ME AND/OR OTHERS FROM, FOR EXAMPLE, (a) FALLS FROM THE CLIMBING SURFACE ONTO THE FLOOR, ROCK SURFACE, PROJECTIONS OR OTHER OBJECTS, (b) FALLING ONTO OTHERS PRESENT, (c) CLIMBERS OR OTHER OBJECTS (SUCH AS ROPES, HOLDS OR HARDWARE) FALLING ONTO ME, (d) IMPROPER USE, INSTALLATION OR MAINTENANCE OF GEAR, EQUIPMENT AND/OR APPARATUSES, (e) GEAR AND EQUIPMENT DEFECTS OR MALFUNCTION, (f) FAILURE TO FOLLOW PROPER CLIMBING AND/OR BELAY PROCEDURES, (g) IMPROPER OR INSUFFICIENT TRAINING, SUPERVISION AND/OR INSTRUCTION, (h) ROPE ABRASION AND/OR ENTANGLEMENT, (i) CUTS AND ABRASIONS RESULTING FROM SKIN CONTACT WITH THE CLIMBING WALL, AND (j) FAILURE OF ROPES, SLINGS,BOLTS,CHAINS,CLIMBING HARDWARE, ANCHORPOINTS, OR ANY PART OF THE CLIMBING WALL STRUCTURE.

What does "belay" mean?

Belaying is the way we keep climbers safe from falls by securing the other end of the rope. It uses specialized gear and requires training to master. Sign up for one of our daily basic safety classes to learn how to belay.

My friend wants to learn how to climb. Can I teach him in your gym?

Unfortunately, our liability insurance requires that only MetroRock instructors teach in our gym. However, our daily basic safety class is a great bargain.

I'm new to climbing, what can I do to get started?

We offer a variety of options for beginners:

Firstly, you can drop by anytime and try bouldering. The bouldering areas require no reservation and offer terrain for climbers of all abilities. This type of climbing is closer to the ground and doesn't require ropes and harnesses. We provide gymnastic pads for your safety. Bouldering is a great way to learn to climb and develop technique and climbing strength.

For climbing on ropes we offer a couple of class options for beginners:

  • The daily basic safety classes will teach you safely use the ropes. The price includes all gear rentals and a day pass allowing you to climb afterwards.
  • The Learn to Climb class meets on weekends and will provide you with safety instruction as well as basic climbing skills. You'll get a free pass for your next visit as part of the price.

I am an adult who is new to the sport and I want to climb on ropes with my friend who is experienced, can my friend belay me?

Certified belayers are not permitted to belay non-certified climbers. The best option is to sign up for our daily basic safety classes so you can climb on your own with a partner. If you don't have time to do that, you can schedule a staff member ahead of time to belay you.

Do you have auto belayers?

Yes, we have several auto-belay devices for use by non-certified climbers in our both locations. These are a great option for new climbers who don't have time for a class or for experienced climbers who don't have a partner or want to climb laps.

What programs do you have to help me improve my climbing skills?

We offer a variety of classes and training options. Whether you're looking to learn a skill, refine your training program for overall climbing fitness or improve your technique, we've got the people and the programs to help. Click here for your options or inquire at the desk.

What types of outdoor instruction do you offer?

We provide instruction and guidance for outdoor climbing at all levels and types. See our MetroRock Climbing School page for details.

Why must I tie in with a figure 8 follow-through? What's wrong with a bowline, or a figure 9?

As the questions implies, there is no one "best" knot for every situation in climbing. One of the big advantages to a figure-8 follow through is that it is easy to inspect visually to determine if it is correctly tied. The same cannot be said for a bowline or a figure 9. Hence, in order to protect everyone's safety, we require a rewoven figure 8 with a double fisherman backup so that you, your climbing partner, and our staff can easily and reliably visually inspect your tie-in knot.

I'd like to bring my kids to climb, what can they do?

Kids are natural climbers and have a great time in our facilities. They overcome challenges, get exercise and build confidence by reaching the top of climbs.
If you want to have your children try climbing on the tall walls with ropes and harnesses, a certified belayer is needed. If you or an accompanying adult is certified, you may belay them. Please note: belaying requires training and you will not pass the belay test if you've never done it before.

If you are not belay certified, a staff member can belay them by appointment. You must call a few days in advance to arrange for a private belay with a staff member, we don't always have staff on hand available for on demand belays.

If a belayer is not available, kids are welcome to climb on the boulders under your supervision. Bouldering allows them to climb more frequently than rope climbs and thought they don't climb to the same heights, they enjoy conquering the boulder walls as much as rope climbs.

My kids had a great time at a birthday party at your facility. How do I book a party?

See our party page for details and call the gym to set up the event.

What other programs do you have for kids?

See our programs page to learn about other ways to get your kids involved in the vibrant youth climbing scene at MetroRock.

How can I get on the high ropes challenge course?

Our high ropes Challenge course (in Everett only) is a great alternative to climbing for kids, adults and groups. The course is open on weekends to all, large groups can reserve time during the week. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED! See our page for details to reserve your spot.

Are there age restrictions?

The adult course is open to anyone 4' or taller. However, those shorter than 4'6" will require assistance. Shorter participants will be unable to reach the belay wires and therefore can't keep themselves safe.

The Kid's course is open to all children but parents or chaperones may be required to help them with the safety equipment. Call to ask which course is best for your group.

Can I walk on anytime?

The ropes courses is available for walk-ons Friday through Monday, 10am - 3pm. Otherwise, reservations are required. Call ahead to book your time.

What type of memberships do you offer?

See our rates page in the sidebar for details. We offer memberships or punchcards for frequent climbers. Rates vary based on duration, student status and if you are signing up with family members.

I have a membership at one of your gyms, does it count at the other?

Yes, memberships are good at any MetroRock gym.
Punchcards, however are not transferable from one location to the other.

Do you ever offer discounts or specials on memberships or day passes?

At both facilities, if you arrive before 3pm on weekdays, you pay a discounted fee for day passes. Monday evening is ladies' night with $10 day passes and half prices on gear and classes. Friday evening is student discount night.

We occasionally offer discounts on memberships or punchcards either through the gym or a third party like groupon. Follow us on Facebook and twitter to stay on top of all news and notices.

Can I get discounts on my health insurance with a MetroRock membership?

Yes, our gyms are full service fitness facilities and we can provide you with the documentation needed to get discounts on health insurance. This only applies when your health plan offers reimbursements. Email us to request documentation.

What is your refund policy for events?

If you need to cancel an event, we offer a full refund if the cancellation occurs 21 days or more before the event. If you are cancelling within that period, we are happy to offer a credit for use at MetroRock. We cannot offer a cancellation refund or credit if you cancel the day of the event or afterwards.

I want to get on ropes but I don't have a climbing partner, what are my options?

Auto-belayers are always available.
If you're already at the gym, we have an informal system where you can put your name on a whiteboard located near the water fountain/bathrooms. Check the board for likeminded people and add your own name if necessary.

Otherwise, bouldering is always a very good option. Our boulder areas are usually very social and you're bound to meet fellow climbers if you hang around long enough.

Do you sell climbing gear?

Both gyms have gear shops with a selection of clothes, shoes, harnesses, chalk, rope and other hardware. We can get you outfitted for a day in the gym or a weekend at the crag. Unlike at outdoor superstores, all of our staff are experienced climbers who know the gear and what's best for your needs.

Do you have locker rooms?

Our restrooms feature lockers (locks available on a limited basis) and showers.

Do you have WIFI?

Both gyms have free WIFI, ask the desk for the password.

What about food and drinks?

We have sitting areas for eating and offer a selection of drinks and snacks for sale. Please eat only at the picnic tables or party rooms to keep things neat and tidy.

What the heck is the Dark Horse Series?

The Dark Horse Bouldering Series is our homegrown bouldering competition and we're proud to say that it's become the premier comp in New England. Starting in December, the competition occurs over several events, culminating in the finals held in January or February. See the official Dark Horse site for more details.

We also host the Blackout Boulder Brawl in October. This bouldering competition features blacklight lit routes, crazy fluorescent designs and, of course, sick climbing.

If you have other questions, please don't hesitate to contact us! You can find our email and phone number in the sidebar.

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MetroRock welcomes applications for these positions: Event Staff Responsibilities: Event staff work flexible hours at the gyms running our regularly scheduled programs, camps, and classes in addition to one-time events such as birthday parties, private belays, and events. Event staff may have regular shifts and/or sign up for one time events as needed. Weekends and evening hours are typical! Requirements:
  • Good people skills
  • Comfortable working with children
  • Enthusiastic
  • Climb at least 5.9 and comfortable with heights
  • Ideally, experience with climbing instruction
  • To apply, contact the front desk at your gym and hand in an  Employment Application. You can pick one up in person as well.
    Support Staff SUPPORT STAFF - This is a part/full time position which reports to the gym manager. It allows some flexibility with schedule. Weekends and evening shifts should be expected. General Responsibilities: While all employees hired into this position will share many of the same responsibilities there will be some variations on an individual basis.
  • Front Desk - Greet and check-in customers
  • Climbing area - Oversight, administer belay tests, conduct safety checks
  • Cleaning and Maintenance - Pro-shop, climbing area, support areas
  • Requirements:
  • Good customer service skills
  • Well organized and effective at communicating
  • Enthusiastic
  • Climbing skills preferred
  • Part time position (ideally 20 hrs per week)
  • Route Setter This position reports to the head route setter Responsibilities:
  • Set boulder problems and top-rope/lead routes in the MetroRock Climbing Gym.
  • Requirements:
  • Climb at least 5.10
  • Have at least some route-setting experience
  • Ideally, be available during MetroRock's off-peak hours (weekdays before 6pm, weekend evenings)
  • To apply, contact the front desk at your gym and ask to get in touch with the head setter.

    Click here for our Employment Application. You can pick one up in person as well.

    Our goal is to share the passion and adventure of climbing with people of all ages and abilities. For newcomers we offer easy-to-moderate terrain in a controlled and friendly environment. Experienced climbers will find the most thorough and extensive training facilities around, as well as a thriving community of like-minded individuals. Each of our locations serves as "base camp" for the growing population of active climbers and adventure seekers. Plus our staff represent some of the region's finest climbers, ready to share their experience and enthusiasm with you.

    Come experience MetroRock for yourself!

    Challenge, Strength, and Confidence. Develop your organization into a stronger more cohesive unit through participation in the MetroRock Team Building Program! Individuals and teams will be pushed outside their levels of comfort to achieve success in both climbing and in business through a series of exercises that are challenging both physically and mentally.

    Hosted at our world-class indoor rock climbing center, we work with you to identify your company/team goals, customize a team building program to meet your needs, and follow up to ensure that desired outcomes were achieved.

    Our team building events include full use of our climbing walls, challenge courses, and conference rooms. Your teams will be involved with meetings to plan and set goals. They'll compete in climbing problems and challenges and work together in mutually dependent situations. They will be pushed outside their comfort zones and have to solve problems or overcome an obstacle by utilizing their combined strength and power. Teams can be more effective than individuals and we stress the importance of relying on each other. They will remember their MetroRock experience for years to come and come away with new respect and appreciation for their coworkers and colleagues.

    While each Team Building Program is tailored to your organization's goals and expectations, the examples below provide a range of programs that have been used with other companies:


    Confidence Through Climbing Program
    Our most basic skill based climbing exercise. This is a 3 hour program that is organized as follows:

    Climbing Fundamentals - Elemental climbing program taught in small groups. Focus on knots, gear, communication, and rope handling.

    Challenge Course - The second portion of the program will consist of tackling the obstacles of the high ropes challenge course. Small groups will need to work together and problem solve in order to get the entire group to successfully complete the course. Instructors will be on hand to assist participants and provide guidance.

    Skill and Movement - The third portion of the program is focused on developing climbing skills. The gym will be explored and participants will push their newly developing climbing limits to the extreme. Instructors aid participants throughout this process by demonstrating climbing style and technique. Cost - $55 per participant. Use of a conference room is available for team meetings and meals.


    Peak Development Team Building Event At a minimum of 4 hours long, this is our most comprehensive team building program. It is a custom designed event with your goals and expectations built in. Predetermined group exercises are used to elaborate on the themes that your organization most desires to work on. Specific activity based exercises that have been used in the past are:

    Climbing Fundamentals - Elemental climbing program taught in small groups with a focus on knots, gear, communication, and rope handling. It is suggested that all team building programs start with this element for several reasons. Firstly, climbing is a trust-based sport that requires partners to work together. Secondly, much of the rest of the program involves various elements of climbing, all of which require basic knowledge.

    Challenge course - By its very nature, the high ropes challenge course provides both physical and mental challenges. Small groups will need to work together and problem solve in order to get the entire group to successfully complete the course. Instructors will be on hand to assist participants and provide guidance, but participant leadership and communication will be key to complete the course.

    Climbing Blind - Participants are completely blindfolded and asked to climb routes while partners on the ground are instructing the climber on how and where to climb. The focus of this exercise is Communication development between the two partners. Post exercise facilitation is suggested.

    Trust Rappel - Have you ever leaned backwards over a 35 foot ledge? If you haven't this experience can be incredibly nerve wracking. To foster the trust bond between co-workers we will have a partner actually hold the rope that lowers the climber to the ground. Post exercise facilitation is suggested.

    Water Balloon Drop - Groups of 5 or 6 meet in a private area for a fixed period of time. The goal of the group is to develop and build a safety container capable of catching a water balloon dropped from 35 feet. The materials used to build this container are simple raw materials such as string, straws, paperclips, etc. The exercise focuses on teamwork as groups must decide quickly on a design and build strategy. Post exercise facilitation is suggested.

    Trivia Traverse - Working with a representative from your firm, specific company trivia is developed and used in this game. Groups are randomly selected and teams are timed on the traverse. Advancing through the traverse requires the correct answers. The focus of this exercise is group cohesion.

    Speed Climbing Challenge - Groups are randomly selected and teams are formed in a timed exercise. Each team will record their participants time on 2 different routes. Speed is the focus. Teams then compare their aggregated times to determine the winner. The focus of this exercise is group cohesion. These are only examples of exercises that have been used in the past. We realize that not everyone in your group is at the same level of physical fitness or ability. The exercises above require different levels of fitness, some more and some less. We are happy to tailor the event to your group's abilities.

    Cost - Contact us for a customized price based on your needs and parameters. Use of a conference room is available for team meetings and meals.

    Refund policy: If you need to cancel an event, we offer a full refund if the cancellation occurs 21 days or more before the event. If you are altering your booking within that period, we are happy to offer a credit for use at MetroRock, minus the deposit. We will not offer a refund for no-shows or cancellations within 48 hours before the event.

    The Learn to Climb course is a comprehensive introduction to indoor climbing. It starts with the same material included in the Basic Top Rope Climber course, but adds technique, supervised climbing practice, and personalized feedback on each student’s climbing skills. We also provide you with the understanding of our grading systems and the different types of climbing that you can do in the gym. We will teach you:
  • Equipment: how to use a harness and belay device 
  • Knots: tying in with a figure 8 follow-through, plus a fisherman’s backup 
  • Belaying: using a locking carabiner and ATC to confidently keep your climbing partner safe 
  • Commands: how to communicate with your climbing partner 
  • Bouldering: have fun staying close to the ground 
  • Technique: using balance, flexibility, and strength to move up a face 
  • After taking this course, most students can safely pass the MetroRock belay check, necessary to climb in the gym
  • Included in the class is a free return day pass with gear rental
  • Courses can be arranged outside of normal schedule any day with advance notice, please contact us for scheduling. Course Details
    This course is designed for: All beginners
    Minimum Age:   Must be at least 14 years old
    Max ratio:      6 Climbers : 1 Instructor
    Dates: Weekends 9:00am – Noon. Reservations required!
    Equipment Requirements: None
    Suggested Prerequisites: None
    Prices (per climber) $65 per person; course lasts 3 hours. Includes return day pass with gear ($30 value)
    Want to take this class outside? Check out our Intro to Outdoor Climbing class!

    Refund policy: Full refund if cancelled 21 days or more before the event. Reschedule or store credit applied for cancellations within 21 days. No refund after the event in case of a no-show.

    If you're looking for climbing instruction, look no further that the MetroRock Climbing School (MCS). MCS offers the regions' most comprehensive programs for climbing education and training. We can teach you to climb for the first time or get you to the next level. We have classes that meet both indoors and out.
    Climbing Instruction and guidingExperience the thrill of climbing outdoors!!! Our extensive outdoor courses include top rope, sport, traditional, and ice climbing. With an low instructor-to-student ratio, we offer the individualized attention you need to progress. Whether you want to learn how to build bomb-proof top rope anchors, proper techniques for leading outside for the first time, how to set up a haul system for rescue, or just have a guided climbing experience, our instructors will be with you on every step of your journey! Sign up now for one of our Open Enrollment classes or contact us to set up a private lesson. We can easily tailor a program to match your needs and abilities.

    For more information please select a category below.

    Refund policy: Full refund if cancelled 21 days or more before the event. Reschedule or store credit applied for cancellations within 21 days; 48 hours . No refund after the event in case of a no-show.

    Everett:

    Mon thru Fri

    10:00 AM to 11:00 PM

    Sat. & Sun.

    9:00 AM to 10:00 PM

    Holiday Schedule:

    2013:

    Mon 1/21 (MLK Day)

    10am-11pm

    Mon 2/18 (President's Day)

    10am-11pm

    Mon 5/27 (Memorial Day)

    closed

    Thurs 7/4 (Independence Day)

    closed

    Mon 9/2 (Labor Day)

    closed

    Mon 10/14 (Columbus Day)

    10am-11pm

    Mon 11/11 (Veteran's Day)

    10am-11pm

    Thurs 11/28 (Thanksgiving)

    closed

    Tues 12/24 (Christmas Eve)

    10am-4pm

    Weds 12/25 (Christmas Day)

    closed

    Tues 12/31 (New Year's Eve)

    10am-6pm

    2014:

     Tues 1/1 (New Year's Day)

    10am-11pm

    EVERETT, MA MetroRock Everett / Boston is an indoor rock climbing center with tens of thousands of square feet of climbing surfaces, high-ropes challenge courses, a fitness room, a party room, a lounge, a gear shop and more! The climbing area includes dedicated boulder walls, rope walls up to 63 feet tall, lead only areas and an IFSC speed wall. The terrain varies from smooth slab to overhanging arches. Everyone from beginners to grizzled veterans will find some fun climbing! Click here for a virtual tour of the facility. Learn more about our climbing center by navigating around our website for information on our programs, rates, classes, and more.

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