Momentum Indoor Climbing

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Jaywing18
华盛顿西雅图218 条分享
Great stop, nice staff , plenty for everyone
2019年3月 • 家庭
I did a yoga class while my son climbed. It is expensive- $20 a day pass for climbing but yoga was $10. There’s tons of lead climbing here. Right next to REI. Worth a stop.
撰写日期:2019年3月31日
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Terry S
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Don't go if you don't have a partner with you.
2019年3月 • 独自旅游
In twin for business and stoked to climb a new wall. Filled out my waiver on line and drove the 30 min from my hotel to the gym Approached the front desk and talked to the employee Told him I was new in town and wanting to climb. He looked at me dubiously and asked if I knew how to climb. I told him. I've been a climber for 4 years He asked if I had a partner. I said I do not because I am in town on business He said then I would have to boulder. I politely asked him if they announced over the PA for people looking for a belay partners. And was told that they do not. That they have a bulletin board that you can write your cell phone number down and maybe somebody will call you. And he said " we can't guarantee someone will call you and honestly it's really unlikely so you'll have to boulder" I expressed my disappointment with the policy and his attitude and left. Won't be coming back to momentum anytime soon. I'm from Southern California and every gym that I've ever gone to has made an announcement for people looking for belay partners. I cannot believe the policy at this gym. It really is too bad because the gym looks nice in the walls look fun.
撰写日期:2019年3月18日
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Robert B
Honolulu4 条分享
Momentum Indoor Climbing
2018年2月 • 家庭
I went climbing with my son at this facility in Sandy, UT (Salt Lake City area). They have a "bouldering" area with thick padded floors and a variety of climbing routes with different skill levels.

They also have the taller "Top Rope" walls, again with different skill level routes. The Top Rope area is where you must climb with a partner to belay for you. The staff provides belay training at the top of the hour for certification. You must get certified before you are allowed to use the Top Rope area.

One thing is facility does not have are Automatic Belay Devices, which would allow you to climb alone on the Top Rope walls.

Overall, this is a fun place to go and they really emphasize safety.
撰写日期:2018年3月7日
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SGWEST
科罗拉多Windsor156 条分享
Disappointing... which is sad because all the parts are there to be thrilled
2016年12月 • 家庭
Could have been 4 stars if it were not for policy, old dirty holds and poor customer service - all of which are fixable.

When we travel as a family in the US or Europe we always bring at minimum shoes and chalk… there are climbing gyms everywhere and its a great activity to break up any family trip and can be done in the evenings with our kids. If your gonna drag them through the Louvre for 2 days hitting a Paris climbing gym in the evening makes the rest so much easier.

So when we spent last week in with friends in Sandy to Ski LCC we were really looking forward to some post dinner sessions... Momentum had a good rep and were were excited to come off the slopes, eat and then climb for a couple hours.

I have to say that compared to a LOT of gyms we have visited all over the world Momentum is nice - the gym itself that is. It’s on the newer side compared to a 25 year old Jersey warehouse cave. Routes are monochromatic, environment is clean etc.

But here is where it fell short and why we never returned even though we planned on 3-4 visits that week.

1a. Age restrictions for TR belaying... 12? Really? We are from the land of lawyers (Calif) and our gyms don't draw such a hard line. Age is a number... I know 30 year olds that should not be belaying... but to draw a line at 12.... come on. If you can pass a belay test and are competent then you should be able to belay... This really bummed us out and meant that if only one of us could belay that person same person was stuck bouldering - no fun.

1b. To further make the whole 12 year old thing even more aggravating - the CSR at the front decides to add to the conversation that "We make exceptions for climbing team members under 12".... to which we say "GREAT! ... he's on a climbing team!..."... then we are told... no... he has to be on “our” climbing team... Really!? You tell us that the rule does not apply to all, that Momentum DOES make exceptions but clearly by looking at our waivers and paperwork you can see we are from out of town so your gonna tell us about an exception that we can't have.... Geee... thannnnks. Sorry but horrid customer service.

So we do what we can and decide, as we have no other choice, to boulder.

2. Bouldering area: Sadly the bouldering area is sub par with what we consider a good environment.

a. Its dark

b. Its dirty

c. The walls are covered with dirty and worn out polished holds... Holds that "should" be retired (so many of the lower foot holds need to be tossed!). Routes are only rotated/stripped once every 3 months... well, in my world 3 months is an eternity. 1 month should be the standard. Also... the routes are to impacted... too many per square foot. Route finding is overly difficult. Cut the routes that are set by 50% and rotate them 50% more often and you will have a better bouldering area - just my two cents… and yes I used to manage a gym. 1 month is plenty of time to project a problem and after a month traffic on older routes drops significantly… and they get filthy.

What made it all more aggravating is that the TR and lead areas were wonderfully clean, beautifully set, not overly cluttered and all the holds were clean and "not" worn out... Comparing the two areas (Bouldering and TR/Lead) you’d think you were in a different gym… But of course we could not use the roped areas because we are honest and did not lie about our child's age... yes I could have belayed him but I couldn't have climbed…

Positive: The ceiling is not very tall but tall enough that you don't feel you are bouldering in the TR area.

Oddity: no loose chalk policy yet the pads in the bouldering area are BLACK…. really? … Black…. of all the colors to show chalk?… just a very strange decision…

Sad… I’ve heard so many good things about Momentum’s gyms… but my initial feelings is that their energy in more focused on opening new locations than running existing ones.

Had we all been allowed belay / rope up we would have looked at the bouldering area, probably thought “wow… dirty” and then moved on to TR… and would have had a great evening…

Hey, its all feedback…
撰写日期:2016年12月27日
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