climbing & covid

Adventure Rock is Open

Anyone can book a 2-hour climb by purchasing a day pass, day pass with gear, 10-Punch Pass or a Membership.
New climbers must fill out a Visitor Agreement (print it here) and one our friendly desk staff will lead you through a required orientation. 
(Hint: scroll down to watch our video, it covers just about everything you need to know— returning climber or not).

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If you feel sick, Please stay home!

Please do not risk spreading illness to your friends and community.
Wash your hands frequently (before, during, and after climbing) and utilize your zone's hand sanitizer prior to, and after, your climb.


Walkers Point is OPEN!
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ARCT Fall 2020
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Belay Classes are back!
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Yoga classes are available in the gym.
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Birthday Parties!


How we're operating

Everyone is required to wear a mask at all times (available at the front desk)
Rope Climbing, Bouldering Area, and Fitness Area are Open. Rental Harnesses & Shoes Available.
No Rental Chalk or Lead Ropes (you may bring your own rope & chalk)
Climbing gyms are divided into Multiple 6 ft Zones
Only 2 Climbers per Zone
Every other route— keep one climbing path between you and the next climber on the wall

Bubblers & Showers Are Closed
25% Full Capacity allowed in the gym at any time

More Covid Policies That You Should Know:

    • Members, punch pass holders, and day pass users are permitted inside the facility.

      Members are allowed to use guest passes at this time.

    • Capacity limits: We will use a reservation system to limit maximum capacity at any given time. Climbers must check in and check out. Numbers may vary per location. Change comes fast these days, so we count on on recommendations from the Wisconsin Department of Health to guide our decisions on capacity and cleanliness. 

    • Certain areas of the gym such as bouldering, fitness, and cardio rooms may be subject to additional capacity limitations. Please be respectful of your friends and fellow climbers, do not overcrowd these tight spaces.


  • Let's remember to be kind. We all have different experiences; we must love our neighbors, even the ones who might have different feelings.

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ext. 5 for Milwaukee
ext. 6 for Brookfield