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No Monthly Commitment Equipment Rentals 1 Day Free Pass
1 User Valid Boxing & Climbing Available Free WiFi Access
$13/1 session
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The Gym that has it all

1 Day Free Pass
1 User Valid Free WiFi Access
$13/1 session
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Climbing & Boxing Fitness

Supporting the fitness culture with fun engaging exercise offering instructions in the fundamentals for people with little to no experience in climbing and boxing.
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Our Pricing

Exercise should be affordable.
Choose one session or save 25% and buy 4 sessions for the price of 3.
One Session
Four Sessions

Climbing

$1014 & Older
$713 & Younger
$3014 & Older
$2513 & Younger
  • All Items Access
  • 1 Month Access
  • 1 Year Access
  • 1 User Valid

What equipment do I need for climbing and boxing?

The only requirement for both climbing and boxing are clean shoes that haven't been worn outdoors. There are also rental shoes available for climbing as well as harnesses and auto-locking belay device(ATC Pilot). You can also rent boxing shoes, gloves and many other coaching equipment used for boxing.

How old do I have to be to use the facility?

Children younger than 13 years old will need a responsible adult to supervise and patrons under 18 years of age will need a parent to sign a Canyon Walls paper waiver at the facility. Patrons 14 years and older are allowed to use the facility without a parent present.

Do I need to schedule a climbing or boxing session?

Walk-ins are welcome. You can also schedule a climbing or boxing session by calling or texting 928 660-3692 or by booking a session on the Canyon Walls facebook page.

Is indoor climbing safe for children?

CLIMBING ANYTHING IS DANGEROUS! Canyon Walls offers top rope climbing with an auto locking belay device and auto locking carabiner that connects to the climbers harness. Children start out by climbing sideways on the walls before they start to progress and climb to the top of the wall using the top rope, harness, and belayer.