Mesa Rim Austin
Specs: 50,000-square-foot facility will include rope climbing (with 55-foot walls) and bouldering, along with a yoga studio, a cardio and weight training area, a sauna, locker rooms, and a community space all intended to “cater to the city’s existing community of climbers as well as the area’s large population of fitness-minded individuals.”
CRM Software: Rock Gym Pro
In Their Words: “Climbing is much more than a sport; it’s a lifestyle. Our climbing gyms serve as a community hub that facilitates an untold amount of positive and healthy human connection. Climbing and yoga can be transformative experiences — physically, mentally, and socially. We have been looking at Austin for years as a perfect match for a Mesa Rim climbing facility and we are thrilled to have developed a strong partnership with a local developer to bring this vision to life in service to the Austin community.”
—Ian McIntosh, President and CEO, Mesa Rim Climbing Centers
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