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  • Can I bring children who are not my own in to climb?
    Yes, but check out our waiver policy.
  • I've never climbed before. Will you teach me what to do?
    Anyone who has never been to Dyno Rock will receive a free (and required) introductory orientation which will run approximately 10 minutes. If you are interested in learning how to belay, this class is included with the day pass and will take about 20-30 minutes for two people. If you are interested in learning how to lead climb, we offer lead climbing classes for an extra charge. Please contact us for more information.
  • I've never climbed, does Dyno-Rock have anything for beginners.
    We have 16,000 square feet of climbing, set for all skill levels. We have plenty for beginners and marked routes to helped you challenge yourself.
  • What if I don't own any climbing equipment?
    No problem! We can provide everything you need with shoes, harnesses, and chalk bags available for rental.
  • Do you have equipment for young children?
    Yes. We have equipment available for children as young as 4.
  • Do you provide chalk?
    No. We have chalk bags that you can rent during your visit, as well as loose chalk for sale.
  • Are there any age requirements?
    We have some. Dyno-Rock has climbing for all ages of climbers, but we require that all belayers (the person who holds the rope to keep the climber safe) be at least 14. Children aged 8-13 may climb on the boulder wall but must be accompanied by an adult the ENTIRE time. Children under 8 may not boulder and must be on a rope at all times when climbing. Participants under the age of 18 must have a parent sign one of our waiver forms before climbing. Click here for waiver information.
  • Can I come in and climb by myself?
    Yes! We have 10 auto-belays around the building that climbers can use to climb a wall by themselves. Any climber 16 years or older is allowed to boulder by themselves as well.
  • What types of payments do you accept?
    We accept cash, Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Discover, Tap-to-Pay, and debit. We also accept check payments for parties and events,
  • Do you have an hourly rate?
    No, we only have the day pass.
  • How does the day pass work?
    The day pass gives you access to the gym for the entire day. You may also leave and come back to continue climbing that same day.
  • Can we bring in food or drinks?
    You are welcome to bring in outside food and drinks as long as it stays outside of the climbing areas.
  • Can I bring my own belay device for top ropes?
    No. Our insurance requires that you use the Gri-Gri's we provide. If training is needed, we will provide a free class.
  • Can I use my own gear for lead climbing?
    You may use your own belay device. We prefer you use our ropes, but you can use your own if it's been checked by a staff member.
  • Do I need to wear climbing shoes?
    If you have a close toed shoe you may use that. We don't want any flip flops, sandals, or barefoot climbing.
  • What should I wear to climb?
    Anything light and flexible. Generally anything that you would exercise in.
  • Do I have to make an appointment or reservation to climb?
    If you are bringing a large group or party (10+ climbers), please let us know two weeks in advance. Otherwise, just come in whenever you wish!
  • May I alter the waiver (edit or omit parts I do not agree with)?
    NO. You must sign our waiver as it is presented. Any alterations made by the signer will render it void and you will be unable to participate.
  • Are pets allowed?
    Sorry, no pets are allowed. The only acceptation's to this rule are those who own service animals or if we host a pet specific event.
  • Can I leave my car in your parking lot when I am not in the gym?
    If you leave your car overnight or use our parking lot for other businesses, it will be towed.
  • Can I drop off my kids and pick them up later?
    Yes and No; Anyone under the age of 16 years old must have an adult present. Acceptations to the rule are kids that are participating in a Camp or the Dyno Rock Team practices.
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