Family opens Anacortes rock-climbing location

A new, family-owned bouldering gym has opened its doors in Anacortes.

A new, family-owned bouldering gym has opened its doors in Anacortes.

The business, Climb In, at 915 24th St., aims to let visitors try rock-climbing. It offers low climbing walls so that ropes and harnesses aren’t needed. However, a signed waiver is required to climb.

A thick mat covers the floor to cushion falls.

More than 60 routes range from very easy to very difficult.

For information call 360-298-6391 or email to brooks@brooksmiddletonarchitect.com

 

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