Alpine Climbing Adventure Fitness (“Alpine”)
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.
Walls & Flooring: Walltopia
CRM Software: Rock Gym Pro
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
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