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Nov 13, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: Blue Wall, steeps.
The DBC is psyched to announce the expanded gym is open 7 days a week!

  • The guest rate is being lowered to $12 for open hours (Monday-Saturday: 11-10pm and Sunday: 11-5pm).
  • Also, we now accept Visa and MasterCard in addition cash/check.
  • A 15% discount on the guest rate and new memberships will be given with student or military ID.
  • Only 24hr members may access the gym after business hours and must check in prior to climbing.



Business Hours Access(Purchase Online ):

  • 12 month contract w/ monthly billing – $53/mo
  • 6 month contract w/ monthly billing – $55/mo
  • 6 month PIF – $295
  • 12 month PIF – $535
  • Month to month – $57/mo

24/7 Access (Purchase Online ):

  • 12 month contract w/ monthly billing – $69/mo
  • 6 month contract w/ monthly billing – $74/mo
  • 6 month PIF – $395
  • 12 month PIF – $720
  • Month to month – $78/mo

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Ben Bryant
From Westminster
Joined Jun 1, 2007
105 points
Nov 13, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: Me again!
Nice curves! J Q
Joined Mar 11, 2012
58 points
Nov 13, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: crabs
Beautiful wall, Ben! Good luck to you guys! Josh Kornish
From tufaclimbing.com
Joined Sep 16, 2009
648 points
Nov 13, 2012
The new walls are so sick!! Sean Corrigan
From Denver, Co
Joined Jun 8, 2012
0 points
Nov 14, 2012
Apologies in advance for the inevitable whining, armchair criticism and bullshit posts you are about to receive from the MP "community." Andrew Hildner
Joined Jan 24, 2006
13 points
Nov 14, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: Lake City, CO mixin it up
Andrew Hildner wrote:
Apologies in advance for the inevitable whining, armchair criticism and bullshit posts you are about to receive from the MP "community."


LOL exactly what I was thinking
John Fatseas
From Denver, CO
Joined May 24, 2011
151 points
Nov 14, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: How I Send
John Fatseas wrote:
LOL exactly what I was thinking



Well let's get the ball rolling then...Man, those problems look impossible???

Kidding aside, best of luck to you guys.
Tits McGee
From Boulder, CO
Joined Apr 23, 2008
300 points
Nov 14, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: Me in the Buddha Cave at crumblewood a while ago.
Really enjoyed checking it out this past weekend, but damn that new padding is not very forgiving. Ankles were a little sore the next day. Otherwise the new walls are really awesome! Andy Librande
From Denver, CO
Joined Nov 7, 2005
1,949 points
Nov 14, 2012
I was thinking the same thing about the padding......do they allow you to bring in your own crash pad? I saw a lot of people downclimbing because they didn't want to fall!

But it's a great place with really good problems without the Boulder-type 'scene.' Good luck to you guys!!
Kirsten KDog
Joined Jun 25, 2010
120 points
Nov 14, 2012
Andy Librande wrote:
Really enjoyed checking it out this past weekend, but damn that new padding is not very forgiving. Ankles were a little sore the next day. Otherwise the new walls are really awesome!


Truth. They really need either some thicker/softer padding, or some big supplemental mats to drag around. As it is, falling from or dropping off the top is not an appealing proposition.
JCM
From Seattle, WA
Joined Jun 9, 2008
44 points
Nov 14, 2012
I was there today and the pads are already softer. From what I have heard they are like an organic crash pad, they just need a little time to break in but will last way longer that most gym flooring. Sean Corrigan
From Denver, Co
Joined Jun 8, 2012
0 points
Nov 14, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: Blue Wall, steeps.
Thanks for the positive vibes. It's true, the foam is still a bit firm, but is softening up as more people get in. Ben Bryant
From Westminster
Joined Jun 1, 2007
105 points
Administrator
Nov 14, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: Sunset @ Josh
def looks bad ass Morgan Patterson
Joined Oct 13, 2009
8,745 points
Nov 14, 2012
I really enjoy the DBC. The problems are well thought out, and the grading system (Easy, Medium, Hard) is a good way to get past subjectivity of the V system.

DBC staff, thanks for the hard work!
tom303
From Colorado
Joined Aug 6, 2011
196 points
Nov 15, 2012
All the positive energy is great. Stop by and check out the DBC! Great for a quick session after work or a long, tough workout. Open to the public seven days a week! John Gass
Joined Nov 15, 2012
0 points
Nov 15, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: Buffsta
Sweet... I think I have just found my new gym. Jon Zucco
From Denver, CO
Joined Aug 15, 2008
374 points


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