It’s my first time, what do I need to do? EVERYONE entering our facility is required to sign a waiver and complete a brief orientation.
Children under the age of 18 must have a parent or legal guardian sign a waiver for them and watch the orientation video. Supervision guidelines apply to all youth climbers.
Save time and get FREE Gear: Click here to complete the waiver and watch the online portion of our orientation video.
Do I need to take a class or make a reservation to climb at your facility? Nope, we are open to the public during regular hours of operation—all you need is a day pass, punch pass, or membership to use our facility.
Can kids climb at Chambers? Yes! After completing a waiver and orientation, kids are welcome to climb in our facility if parents are following proper supervision guidelines:
Under 18 years old
Parent or legal guardian must sign waiver and watch orientation video.
Under 14 years old
Must follow these supervision guidelines:
4 years and under can climb within arm’s length of their supervising adult. Each adult can only supervise two children this young at a time.
5-7 years old can climb under direct supervision (can see and hear them at all times) of an adult. Each adult can only supervise two children this young at a time.
8-14 years old can climb under direct supervision (can see and hear them at all times) of an adult. Each adult can only supervise three children this young at a time.
Alternately, we offer youth classes as well as Family Open Gym at our Training Center. This facility, located at 6295 Busch Boulevard is specially designed to provide a family-friendly environment where kids can push their boundaries and build confidence in a comfortable environment.
What is good gym etiquette? We’re so glad you asked! Climbing is dangerous, so you must always be aware of your surroundings while in the facility. Keep space between climbers, do not walk under or climb over another climber. Stay off the mats until you’re ready to climb, down climb a few holds when possible to avoid jumping from height, and if you fall hug your arms to your chest, land on your feet, and roll onto your back to disperse the force. See our orientation video for more information!