New Jersey Gym Strives to Build a Community “That Will Feel Like Home”

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Coming soon to New Jersey, Goat Climbing Gym will offer a full-range of climbing and programming, including top ropes from 40 to 57 feet tall, according to the gym's website. All concept art courtesy of Goat Climbing Gym
Concept art of roped climbing at Goat Climbing Gym coming to New Jersey
Goat Climbing Gym in New Jersey will offer a full-range of climbing and programming, with a 60-foot lead wall, 15-meter speed wall and top ropes from 40 to 57 feet tall, according to the gym’s website. All concept art courtesy of Goat Climbing Gym

Goat Climbing Gym
Hackensack, New Jersey

Specs: Goat Climbing Gym, a privately-owned, multi-level facility in the heart of Hackensack, New Jersey, will feature nearly 18,000 square feet of total climbing space ranging from roped sections (lead, top rope and auto belay) to bouldering areas. The gym will also include dual IFSC-standard 15-meter speed climbing walls, a station of hangboards, a Tension Board (coming in a “phase two” of the gym’s development), a pro shop, and upper-floor party rooms. The gym will offer programming ranging from fitness classes and climbing skills instruction to youth teams, summer camps, birthday parties, yoga classes, competitions and corporate team-building programs.

 

Concept art of one of the Goat Climbing Gym bouldering floors
A multi-level facility, Goat Climbing Gym will have two floors of bouldering and nearly 18,000 square feet of climbing altogether—as well as a training center and fitness studio—and intends to make every level of climber feel at home.

Walls: Entre-Prises
Flooring: Flashed
CRM Software: Rock Gym Pro
Website: www.goatclimbinggym.com/

In Their Words: “At Goat Climbing Gym, our mission is to create an inclusive, open climbing community that will feel like home for every level of climber. Wherever you find climbing in your life, you have a place in our tribe, in our community, and in our space.”
—Chris Moyle, Manager, reiterating the gym’s Mission Statement