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    Good variety, routes seemed to be rated fairly. However, some inexperienced kid “failed” me on my belay test, because I had 5 inches of excess above the figure 8 knot instead of 6 inches, and I hadn’t locked the carabiner connecting my ATC to my belay loop after I double checked that it was closed and secure. I have done my top rope certification through Vertical Endeavors twice in the last 5 years and have taken more belay tests than I can count. I have been told multiple times by Vertical Endeavors staff members that that specific carabiner doesn’t have to be locked. I thought this kid was joking. Thought I’d pass along their personal preferences for people taking their belay test in the future. Also, material was falling off of the wall into my face on a couple climbs.

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    I am a beginner and the staff was very helpful to make sure I climbed everything safely. It’s a great workout and I had a blast. I will definitely be coming back.

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    Place is super sick and lots of routes to choose from. Will be going back in the future. At 43 dollars per day it can get a little expensive.

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    Great staff, knowledgeable, helpful. The walls have a good about of variety. They just got some new route setters, and the variety has gone up. Most difficulty ratings are pretty accurate. The auto-belays are fantastic if you don’t have a climbing partner. Top ropes are top ropes. But the Lead walls are way better than St Paul. Some roofs, some inclines, some vertical.

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    I agree with some of the other reviewers: annoying rubber pieces, absent staff, and overcrowded gym. While I still go here on a somewhat regular basis, the gym is rather poor to fair compared to several other indoor gyms I have climbed at. In addition to the over crowded nature of this gym, the route setting is obviously done by inexperienced setters (unless you like performing the same climbing move all the way up an 80 ft route)….at some point it has to be more about the money…