Bouldering is a form of rock climbing that is performed without the use of ropes or harnesses. While it can be done without any equipment whatsoever, most climbers use climbing shoes to help secure footholds, chalk to keep their hands dry, and bouldering mats to prevent injuries from falls. Try it today! Bouldering Day Pass does not include access to ropes.
Call 954.321.9898 with any questions that you may have.
Kids ages 5 and up can party at Coral Cliffs! Our basic climbs for children have routes with big holds and are very easy. Children must be supervised by an adult at all times and can wear their own shoes (tight sneakers work the best) or rent climbing shoes.
• Climbing Harness • 2 hours of climbing assisted by our staff (3 kids per staff member) • Use of our eating area
Minimum of 5 climbers. Only during the weekend.
Reservations are required one week in advance, with a deposit.
Call 954.321.9898 with any questions that you may have. For an easy experience, download and fill out the release form before you come in.
A belay device is a mechanical piece of climbing equipment used to control a rope during belaying. Belay devices act as a friction brake, so that when a climber falls with any slack in the rope, the fall is brought to a stop. It's designed to improve belay safety for the climber by allowing the belayer to arrest their fall with minimal effort.
Climbing harnesses have multiple functions, most importantly of which is safety. Our harnesses also feature loops that allow you to clip additional gear such as chalk bags into your harness for easy access.
Release Forms are required for all climbers and belayers. Whether you're climbing, doing yoga, working out, or just hanging out, we need a current release form on file for you. Children under the age of 18 must have the release of liability form signed by a parent or legal guardian. Release Forms are available upon check in at the gym or for your convenience you can fill it out online by clicking the button below.
Welcome to Coral Cliffs
SOUTH FLORIDA'S COMPLETE INDOOR CLIMBING GYM. WE HAVE FACILITIES FOR ALL LEVELS OF CLIMBERS.
You will never get bored with over 87 Top-Roped Routes, 25 Lead Routes (5.5 to 5.13), Bouldering (V0 - V8), Slabs, Aretes, Overhangs, and Arches & Roofs, AND THEY ALL CHANGE ON A WEEKLY BASIS!
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Our next excursion will take place at the Red River Gorge, a canyon system on the Red River in east-central Kentucky. Much of the Gorge is located inside Daniel Boone National Forest and has been subsequently reserved as the Red River Gorge Geological Area. It has been designated a National Natural Landmark and National Archaeological District, and it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Red River Gorge is a popular destination for rock climbers, with numerous cliffs in the gorge itself and in the surrounding areas. The vast number of bolted routes in overhanging, pocketed sandstone draws climbers from all over the world to "the Red" as it is known. Climbing in the region tends to be done at a large number of separate small cliffs. Most climbs are a single pitch and most cliffs are less than 200 feet (61 m) tall. There are numerous traditional and sport climbing routes in the region, although the latter seem to be more dominant.