Thank you all so much for your patience and support during this difficult time.
Health and government officials in the states of Rhode Island & Massachusetts are entrusting fitness communities to reopen in a limited capacity to help businesses like ours provide our services.
The safety of our community is our top priority. We are all in this together and while we will eventually get back to climbing as we did before the pandemic, we must all do our part now to help each other manage the risk from this virus.
The following policies & protocols were developed to adhere to the guidelines developed by Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut health and government officials and will allow all of us to climb together. For the safety of our staff and community, we ask that you read and comply fully with these policies & protocols as they are required to use our facilities during this initial opening phase.
ALL locations OPEN to ALL CLIMBERS
No reservation necessary
Climbers must agree to follow all of our policies to ensure the safety of our community from the pandemic.
As changes occur, we will keep these policies up to date and there is no guarantee that we will remain open. We greatly appreciate your patience and understanding as we navigate this unprecedented time and look forward to climbing with you all again.
CURRENT MASK AND VACCINE POLICIES
With CDC guideline updates, lower local case numbers, and government mandates relaxing, masks and face coverings are now optional for all vaccinated guests at all times across all locations.
Youth Program climbers and staff will have different policies until the end of the current session so contact your local gym’s Program Manager for questions or clarification.
We are excited that this is a step towards getting back to normal operations and life for most of our staff and climbers. We are committed to providing a comfortable environment for our entire community, including youth climbers and our most vulnerable community members.
Thank you all for helping us manage the risk of our staff and community during this difficult time. As state governments provide further guidance and data, we will continue making updates to our policies through this transitional period. While we are confident we will eventually get back to climbing the way it was before all of this, we still have a long way to go. The only way we’ll get there is to do it together. Please review our temporary safety protocols below and direct questions to Questions@RockSpotClimbing.com.