The Los Angeles gym is a great oasis in the sometimes crowded bustle that is our city of Los Angeles. With 10,000 square feet of climbing wall, there is a lot to do for all ability levels. There is a large boulder area, lots of top-ropes, and a lead area with an arch that has routes up to 65 feet in length. If you want to train for outside, or just get a workout as you hide from traffic on the 405, Rockreation Los Angeles has something to offer you.

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Indoor rock climbing has been a fast growing sport for the last decade and is here to stay. It is a great way to train for outdoor climbing, or to get a great workout doing something fun.

BOULDERING – Bouldering is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. It is typically practiced on large natural boulders or artificial boulders in gyms and outdoor urban areas.
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TOP ROPE – Top-rope climbing (or Top-roping) is a style in climbing in which a rope, used for the climber’s safety, runs from a belayer at the foot of a route through one or more carabiners connected to an anchor system at the top of the route and back down to the climber, usually attaching to the climber.
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LEAD CLIMBING– Lead climbing is a climbing technique used to ascend a route. This technique is predominantly used in rock climbing and involves a lead climber attaching themselves to a length of dynamic (elastic) climbing rope and ascending a route whilst periodically attaching protection to the face of the route and “clipping in” to it.
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