The Denver Bouldering Club is a unique climbing gym that caters to dedicated climbers. Members of the club can have 24-hour access to the gym!
We work hard to make the Denver Bouldering Club the highest caliber climbing experience it can be. Our goal is to enhance the Denver climbing scene through motivation, community, and stewardship–in addition to the incredible training opportunities!
Features Include: - Over 7,000+ square feet of climbing surface - 15’ tall bouldering - Exciting route setting: 250+ problems - 24/7 access for Members - Campus board - Adjustable systems wall - Training area and workout equipment - Free Wi-Fi - Expert climbing instruction and classes
The DBC is psyched to announce our new rates and membership options!
The guest rate is being lowered to $12 for open hours Monday-Saturday: 11-10pm and Sunday: 11-5pm. Also, we now accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover in addition cash/check.
A 15% discount on the guest rate and new memberships will be given with student or military ID.
Only 24hr members may access the gym after business hours and must check in prior to climbing.
Business hours access:
6 month PIF – $295 12 month PIF – $535 Month to month – $57/mo One Month - $60
I've been bouldering at DBC almost since the opening day. My personal opinion is that DBC offers a terrific venue for busy people looking for either a great problem solving session or a good workout on the campus board, weights, rings, etc. Boulder problems are re-set frequently for a very low boredom factor, and span the range from really, really hard to really, really easy. And the spread between these extremes is excellent. Problems have been set on walls that vary from sub-vertical slab to severe overhang. Bouldering at DBC can be crowded at peak times, but if you can dodge the peak the 24 hour access is a huge benefit. Four star bouldering for sure.
Great gym with a super laid back atmosphere. I especially love the fact that they allow dogs, and that the only dogs I've seen there are of the super chilled out variety. I think it's cool that the other climbers have had the discretion to leave the pooch at home if it's a bit hyperactive. That particular example speaks loudly to the fact that the crowd at the DBC is respectful, mellow, and lacking in the posturing and attitude prevalent in some other gym settings.
You could throw a rock from the DBC and hit the new Movement they're building in Denver. Judging by the scaffolding, Movement is going to be quite a bit bigger and looks to offer a lot more variety for members.
I don't care, I'll still be pulling on plastic at the DBC long after Movement opens. This gym just offers the intangibles for a fun and productive workout more than any other gym I've been too.