Support us financially
While our locations are closed, you can financially support the gym by making purchases for future visits or by registering for future services.
We recommend the following:
ROCK SPOT MEMBERS
As part of the Rock Spot Climbing family, you are the center of our community which is why we will be taking proactive measures so YOU DO NOT NEED TO TAKE ANY ACTION. If you are an Electronic Billing Member (EBM), we have automatically frozen your account and will prorate your membership dues when we reopen based on the amount of time we are closed. If you are a Pre-Paid Member, we will extend your end date based on the length of the closure.
Thank you for keeping your membership active.
Since we’ve closed our doors to all of you at Midnight on March 15, we have been deeply touched and overwhelmed by the outpouring of support from members who have expressed interest in supporting the company financially during this difficult time.
We had provided an opportunity for members to continue paying their normal dues through this crisis and while we reminded everyone that no one was under any obligation to do this, many of you did.
Thank you so much.
On behalf of our staff and our community, we cannot thank you enough for continuing to support us. If you would like to do the same, use the link below and fill out the form to let us know you would like to continue supporting the gym. Our staff and community thank you.
Don’t Forget Local Organizations!
Along with supporting us, it is important to support local climbing organizations who are unable to raise funds through events they would normally run.
The three (3) we recommend are the Ladies Climbing Coalition (LCC), the Southeast New England Climbers Coalition (SNECC), and the Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC).
Please consider showing your support with a monetary donation or by sharing the links below.
Update on the situation.
If this closure is new information to you, due to current events and to help protect our community we are closing all Rock Spot Climbing locations, effective immediately. We are unsure for how long this temporary closure will be, but we will continue to monitor this situation as it develops and will keep our website updated with the most current information.
Again, this was the hardest decision we have faced in over 21 years serving the climbing community.
We are proud to have provided hundreds of thousands of climbers with quality indoor rock climbing for all ages and abilities since we opened in 1998. We know that climbing is a very important part of your lives and we look forward to reopening as soon as possible to climb with all of you again.
If you have special circumstances, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please pay attention to the guidance you hear from your local and regional authorities. Take good care of yourselves, and we will see you when we reopen.
With our best wishes and appreciation,
The staff, management and owners of Rock Spot Climbing
KEEP THE STOKE HIGH
We’re all starting to get a little stir crazy from having to stay in our homes so we’ve partnered with one of our yoga instructors at our South Boston location, Courtney Dutra to provide FREE YOGA CLASSES through a service called ZOOM EVERY TUESDAY & THURSDAY NIGHT at 6pm!
Use the link below to register or learn more about this incredible FREE service.
UPDATE: Another community member, Regina is extending an invitation to the entire community to join her in a fun, social media challenge to help keep everyone active and motivated during the shutdown. She’s calling it the #COVID100challenge and we recommend you learn more and participate using the link below.
CHECK OUT OUR BLOGS
If you’re looking for some fun reading, we recommend checking out our climbing blog. We have an article that focuses on the local climbing area, Lincoln Woods in Rhode Island and while we remind everyone to socially distance themselves, this is a great opportunity to learn more so that when we’re clear to come together you’ll have all the info you need to climb at this local treasure. Also, we break down the current news that the 2020 Olympics have been postponed along with sport climbing’s debut.