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SFU Debuts New 32-Ft Indoor Climbing Wall

SFU Climbing Wall

Photo: SFU Rec

Looking to take your study breaks to new heights? Look no further than Simon Fraser University’s new climbing wall.

The indoor attraction is the latest addition to SFU’s Recreation program, standing 32 feet tall and 66 feet wide.

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The climbing wall is located inside the Central Gymnasium, situated within the Lorne Davies Complex on the Burnaby campus.

It’s currently open for SFU students 19 and older as well as adults.

SFU Climbing Wall
Photo: SFU Rec

Drop-ins are $10 for students, and $15 for community members in addition to rental fees. For the month of June however, SFU students will receive free equipment rentals with the purchase of a $10 day pass.

Following June 30, equipment rentals will be as follows:

Harness $3.00
Belay Device $2.00
Shoes $5.00
Full Package* $8.00

Child and youth climbing will become available in mid-June.

To climb the wall, climbers must pay and complete a waiver form at the recreation office. You will then be issued a receipt, which you will provide to staff at the climbing wall and obtain rental equipment (if purchased).

For more information, click here.

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