GOOD IDEAS THAT WE ENCOURAGE / RULES

CLIMBING IS DANGEROUS. CLIMBING PRESENTS A SIGNIFICANT INHERENT RISK OF SERIOUS PHYSICAL INJURY, INCLUDING PARALYSIS OR DEATH. WHEN YOU OR THE CHILDREN FOR WHOM YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE CLIMB AT WOODEN MOUNTAIN BOULDERING GYM, YOU VOLUNTARILY ASSUME ALL RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH CLIMBING. THE FLOORING WILL NOT PREVENT INJURY OR DEATH. PLEASE BE CAREFUL.

All youth (7 and under) must be actively supervised by the adult who is responsible for them during their visit to the gym. Any parent, guardian or chaperone responsible for a youth must maintain direct supervision over the youth during the entirety of their visit. We recommend an adult not supervise more than 3 youth at a time.

Never climb above, below, or near another climber. Never stand, sit, walk or hibernate in an area where another climber could fall.

Refrain from running, yelling, rough housing, or basically doing anything that is disruptive to the peace of your fellow humans.

We don’t recommend jumping off of tall things.

Keep climbing area clear of hazards – personal items (water bottles, clothes, machetes, etc.) should be placed in cubbies and lockers. No food or drink on pads.

Everyone must keep their bodies covered with clothing. No climbing with bare feet or street shoes.

If you discover any problems with the walls, equipment, or have any other concerns, please report immediately to a staff member.

Fitness equipment may only be used by people 14 and over. No goofing off allowed in fitness area.

No climbing while under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or excessive ego.

All people must have a signed and completed waiver on file. People younger than 18 years old must have a waiver signed by a parent or legal guardian.

Everyone at Wooden Mountain must check in at the front desk at the beginning of every visit. If you have not checked in, you do not have permission to climb or use the facilites.

Before beginning any fitness program or changing your physical activity patterns, you should always consult with your doctor or physician, particularly if you have been inactive, are overweight, or have/suspect any sort of medical condition that might be worsened by exercise.