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Ft Collins - Miramont Lifestyle Fitness (The Wall)

Ft Collins - Miramont Lifestyle Fitness (The Wall) Rock Climbing 

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Elevation: 4,800'
Location: 40.58619, -105.0436 View Map  Incorrect?
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Administrators: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Kristine Hoffman (sitewide)
Submitted By: Leo Paik on Mar 26, 2006


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General – Multisport facility that includes climbing
Phone number – 970.221.5000
Location – 1800 Heath Pkwy, call for directions
Parking - abundant
Hours 12-10 M-F; 10-8 Ssu
Height of Wall – 40 ft
Size of Wall – 6200sq ft
Range of difficulty 5.5-5.13
Number of routes – 100+problems
Type of Wall – custom
Leading – yes, 21 lead routes
Bouldering – yes, lots
Other training options – weights, track, BB court, yoga, spinning, full cardio studio
Other bonuses –
Age limitations – 5y minimum
Requirements to certify to belay – test, no cost
Rental equipment – yes, call for details
Daily rate – $13/d $11/boulder $10/student ID $8/d kids <11y
Hidden costs – none
Hidden savings – student, $5 Fridays, $9 Th Ladies night, includes gear
Punch cards – $100/10
Memberships – call for details
Classes – kids, classes for 3-adult
Competitions – 2-3/y
Experienced climbers running wall? - yes
Other – set routes daily

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Weather station 2.1 miles from here

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By Scott Matz
From: Loveland, CO
Sep 28, 2009
Don't pay any attention to the rock jocks, more like rock jokes. They spend all week on one open problem, just to stomp it in your face. It's sad when you can send 12 in the gym, but can't even pull the crux on a 5.9 at Lumpy.
By Robert Curry
From: Evans, Co
Nov 4, 2009
I however do not agree with the above comments. Yes, there are a lot of physically fit people around. It's a gym AND a wall. However, I have seen no rubbing in the face, only helpful skillful climbing. I chose to get a membership, because I could not make it out to enough locations and still be gaining experience. Having said that I can now climb some advanced problems there but mostly stick to INT probs. If you're looking for a good place to blow some steam off, get a good work out, or meet some heads for out door climbing, I would say this is a great place to go. Find out for yourself and keep sending.

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