New Gym in California Will Be a Highway Spectacle

Rendering of Alpine, a new gym in California which will be a highway spectacle
A rendering of Alpine Climbing Adventure Fitness shows the immense window that will make climbers visible from California’s Highway 99. All photos courtesy of Alpine

Alpine Climbing Adventure Fitness (“Alpine”) 
Ripon, California

Specs: New facility will measure approximately 20,000 square feet in total and feature a lead wall that measures 55-feet in height, a 15-meter speed climbing wall, 16-foot bouldering walls, and a kids climbing area. A press release notes that cars traveling on California’s Highway 99 will be able to view climbers in the gym through a massive highway-facing window.

Additional offerings of the gym will include free weights and cardio equipment, several creative open work and social spaces, and yoga and cross-functional fitness classes. The gym will also include competitive climbing team programs for kids.


Logo of Alpine
The gym owners of Alpine have already broken ground on what will be an approximately 20,000-square-foot facility in total, which will feature a full range of climbing and fitness offerings.

Walls & Flooring: Walltopia
CRM Software: Rock Gym Pro
Instagram: @climbatalpine

In Their Words: “We are psyched to have broken ground and [to be] bringing this project to reality. Alpine will be a community of climbers, adventure seekers, and outdoor enthusiasts. We dream of a safe place where families can come together, people can set new goals and work towards new heights—pun intended.”
—The Meek family, gym owners