Ready to unleash your inner Spider-Man? Pump up your fitness levels at these climbing gyms that rock.
Working out doesn’t have to be a chore! So ditch the gym for a day and experience the thrill of rock climbing while building your strength and stamina. Or take on bouldering to scale short walls without a harness or rope – don’t worry, safety mats on the ground will cushion your fall. Wanna pretend you’re a member of the SWAT team? Jump right into advanced classes and learn how to abseil or lead climb. But newbies intimidated by the dizzying heights can join a trial class to ease yourself in. No excuses! Just strap on a harness and get fit the fun way with these rock climbing and bouldering gyms in Singapore.
Top rock climbing gyms in Singapore
The Rock School
Passionate about climbing? So are these folks. If you’d like to maintain your fitness and mental strength, The Rock School is here for you with its professional instructors that coach everyone from four-year-olds to senior citizens. It makes rock climbing fun and safe with great facilities and equipment including auto belays, towering walls and top rope climbing.
The Rock School, multiple locations including Our Tampines Hub and Bedok Community Centre.
Step into the world of bouldering at this indoor gym – the largest of its kind in Singapore. Taking up more than 7,000 sq ft of floor space, Boulder World lets you tackle over 100 routes with difficulty levels that range from beginner to expert. Even if you’ve never tried it before, you can opt for the starter pack program to give it a go.
Boulder World, #01-205, SingPost Centre, 10 Eunos Road 8, Singapore 408600
Ground Up Climbing
So you’d like to be part of the rock climbing gang? Join the fam at Ground Up and sign up for classes to challenge yourself. The indoor rock climbing facilities include five top rope lanes and 13 auto belay lanes, while the bouldering gym features a training deck and two levels of bouldering for different types of climbers. Alternatively, test your skills at the outdoor wall. First-timers can try the Fun Climb programme to be guided through high wall climbing and bouldering complete with safety briefings and equipment checks.
Ground Up Climbing, Level 2, 60 Tessensohn Road, Singapore 217664
Oyeyo Boulder Home
This cosy lil’ boulder gym is fab for families and friends who prefer monkeying around after work. Kitted out with fun routes and obstacles, it’s the perfect after-work and weekend hangout to keep you occupied with bouldering ‘problems’. No matter your age or experience, everyone’s welcome to take a shot at climbing your way to the top.
Oyeyo Boulder Home, 148 Mackenzie Road, Singapore 228724
Clip ‘n Climb HomeTeamNS
The first to bring the New Zealand-born Clip ‘n Climb system to Singapore, this climbing theme park offers an easy way for casual climbers to get into the game. The kid-friendly gym features 19 exciting and wacky routes (think Tetris or Rubik’s Cube designs) with difficulty levels suitable for all climbers. Plus, it has TruBlue automatic belays and a high-tech braking system that’ll keep you safe going up and down the walls. Psst: Swing by on Friday or Saturday evenings for cosmic lighting and groovy hits to pump up your experience!
Clip ’n Climb HomeTeamNS, HomeTeamNS Tampines, #03-03, Our Tampines Hub, 1 Tampines Walk, Singapore 528523
If time is an issue and you want a quick, fuss-free climbing session, this gym will get you started in a jiffy. Even if you don’t have the experience, simply sit in on a 15-minute safety briefing and you’re good to go. Oh, and don’t fret about not having a buddy to belay you, ‘cos Climb Central offers dedicated auto-belay lines.
Climb Central, multiple locations including Kallang Wave Mall and Funan.
This cool boulder gym with a location in the CBD is super convenient for us climbing enthusiasts who’ve gotta break out of the office. Expect user-friendly facilities that are well suited for anyone from beginners to pros, with more than 120sqm of climbing surfaces. You can totally explore at your own pace or do it with the help of an instructor. Plus, the walls get regularly refreshed, so you can navigate fresh new challenges each time you visit. New to the sport? Sign up for a beginner class to learn the fundamentals of bouldering and activate your inner Spidey mode.
Boulder Movement, multiple locations including Downtown Gallery and Tai Seng.
At Kinetics Climbing, beginner and expert climbers alike are sure to find an appropriately challenging route. Besides offering climbs for all levels, the facility also updates its routes frequently to give you the best and safest experience. It holds regular classes on bouldering and climbing, as well as private coaching sessions and climbing kinetics for those who want to improve their technique.
Kinetics Climbing, 511 Serangoon Road, Singapore 218153
Camelot at Safra Adventure Sports Centre
Take your climbing to towering heights with facilities that include 25m-high sport climbing walls, 18m-high chimney and crack walls, and an 18m-high slab wall. Plus, there are abseiling activities and a canopy challenge walk for you to experience. But if that’s too intimidating and you’d rather stay closer to the ground, try your hand at bouldering in the two-storey indoor gym.
Camelot at Safra Adventure Sports Centre, Safra Yishun, 60 Yishun Avenue 4, Singapore 769027
So, which rock climbing or bouldering gym will you tackle first?