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By Matt Mauzy
From Las Vegas, NV
Feb 3, 2014
Topping out with my Nephew

I am relocating to Denver from Vegas this spring and am looking for a good gym. I have spent some time at "Thrill Seekers" don't love it but it will do. I will most likely be living in the highlands area.
any suggestions would be appreciated.

thank you


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By ChefMattThaner
From Lakewood, co
Feb 3, 2014
ducking ropes at Copper

EarthTreks in Golden is above and beyond any gym in the Denver area. Rock n Jamn is not bad but far from great. Movement is opening a new gym in Denver that is supposed to be pretty nice but it is already claiming to be smaller than EarthTreks that just opened in November.


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By The Blueprint Part Dank
Feb 3, 2014
Bohemian grove

Earth Treks is in Golden, CO
Rock'n and Jammin is in Thornton and Centennial

Right now the only gym that's actually IN Denver is the Denver Bouldering Club. It's a Bouldering-only gym. But the setting is really good, it's in a spacious facility with an awesome training area with all the weights and system boards you need and what I like most about it, is that the place has the most laid back vibe of any gym on the Front Range


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By Andy Novak
From Golden, Co
Feb 3, 2014
Living the High Life.

The Blueprint Part Dank wrote:
Right now the only gym that's actually IN Denver is the Denver Bouldering Club.


Wrong. Thrillseekers has a great community feel, is reasonably priced and is centrally located.

www.thrillseekers.cc


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By doug rouse
From Denver, CO.
Feb 3, 2014

Morrison


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By TBrumme
From denver, co
Feb 3, 2014

+1 for Earth Treks. It's worth the drive to golden. Once Movement is built (near intersection of hwy 6 and hwy 25) it could beat Earth Treks (if only for its central location).

Don't waste any time with thrillseekers. I went once, never returned. Small, dirty holds, boring routes.


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By The Blueprint Part Dank
Feb 3, 2014
Bohemian grove

Andy Novak wrote:
Wrong. Thrillseekers has a great community feel, is reasonably priced and is centrally located. www.thrillseekers.cc


True, I worded that incorrectly. The OP already stated that he knew about Thrillseekers and didn't care for it. I meant that the only gym in Denver other than Thrillseekers


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By The Blueprint Part Dank
Feb 3, 2014
Bohemian grove

doug rouse wrote:
Morrison


To the OP: there isn't a climbing gym in Morrison, there's just a ton of good, easily accessible bouldering that more or less constitutes an outdoor gym.


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By Ed Yanke
Feb 4, 2014

I just moved here from Vegas as well. I really like Denver Bouldering Club. Good setting and they reset often. And just about all the training equipment you'd need.


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By Matt Mauzy
From Las Vegas, NV
Feb 6, 2014
Topping out with my Nephew

Thanks for all the feed back. Ill check out the Denver Bouldering club this week and will have to make the trek to Golden soon


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