1. Inge Marie Palm

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    Love coming here!

  2. Joseph Ghobrial

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    Absolutely amazing facility and phenomenal staff always willing to help out and answer questions very polite and clean gym. Make sure to lock your doors and bring in anything of value the parking lot has a history of break ins in to vehicles.

  3. Peter Ladd

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    My Wife and I were introduced to Vertical Endeavors through a community ed course. I couldn’t say enough good things about the St. Paul location. Our staff instructors were helpful and knowledgeable. We had a lot of fun and will definitely be heading back. Our class was on Wednesday nights, and I was surprised how busy it was. That said, we didn’t experience any long waits. I liked the vibe and the attitude of the place. There were definitely some good climbers but nobody had a pretentious air about them.

  4. Jim Wood

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    Completely ridiculous place. Needed all kinds of waivers signed before we could even go in to a birthday party. Wasn’t going to climb their silly walls, didn’t care about them, but had to sign our lives away. Weren’t even going going near the walls. Never go near the place again.

  5. Bob Johnson

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    Really like the height of the facility. Top rope routes are only OK: Typically, they are the same move all the way up to the top, and little to no thought is put into designing the route. Bouldering routes are only OK as well. Many of the ‘problems’ are challenging only because they have hard reaches, not strategic weight shifts. Occasionally, they design very fun routes but they are changed very rarely (every 3 months or longer).The staff is friendly, but they are VERY anal about getting certifications, etc. I’ve climbed a number of other places where they will either teach you how to top rope (for free or minimal cost), or if you need a refresher they will provide it for free. Also aggravating was the mandatory tour of the facility if you’ve never been there. If you are going for the first time with a friend, set aside an additional 20-30 minutes for this, especially if they are busy (which they often are).