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Brooklyn Boulders

Map & Directions 575 Degraw St.
Brooklyn, NY 11217
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347-834-9066
  • Daily 8am-12am

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Village Voice's Description

Brooklyn Boulders is the city's only gym dedicated to rock climbing and one of the largest on the east coast. It's maybe for this reason the airy, high-ceiling warehouse which invites graffiti artists to display their work attracts a dedicated niche community to its cavernous neon-painted rock walls. Memberships are available as well as classes in climbing, yoga, and slackline. All skill levels are welcome with special classes for kids. Located in the Boerum Hill neighborhood, it's three blocks from the Union Street train station.

Merchant's Description

Bouldering is climbing done on short walls without ropes. Our bouldering walls range from 10 to 15 feet high. All of BKB’s bouldering is above 12 inch thick pads to cushion any potential falls. There is no certification requirement for bouldering.

 
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Tips from foursquare

  • Thrillist on 05/07/10

    Get your rocks off and your climb on. Basically, just don’t fall.

  • Fitness Magazine on 07/29/13

    There are 22,000 square feet of walls at this climbing gym! From beginner-friendly routes to advanced overhangs, you can tackle the walls on your own or with classes.

  • Ethikus on 04/29/12

    Brooklyn Boulders is an ethical & sustainable establishment participating in Shop Your Values Week! Pledge now and receive discounts at 200+ businesses in NYC from May 3-10, 2012. #SYVW

  • Henry D. on 03/01/10

    Watch ABS national champion 8 year old ashima climb!

  • Ryan M. on 12/03/09

    Climb a replica of the BK bridge while listening to Of Montreal.

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