Indoor Climbing in the Metro

Philippines

Updated 8 months ago

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The Barnyard Boulders

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Tagaytay, Philippines • Recommendation • 

Perfect getaway for some relaxation and a few weekend boulder projects while enjoying the cool weather of Tagaytay area. Located on the private property of one of the local climbers you can rent out their airbnb cottage for the weekend or longer and boulder away on one of the few moon boards in the Philippines.

  • 9068 Guyam-Harasan Rd Brgy, Indang, 4120 Cavite, Philippines

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Power Up Alabang

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Muntinlupa City, Philippines • Recommendation • 

The newest and one of the biggest and fully equipped indoor climbing gyms in the south Metro area. It features over 20+ top rope climbing routes, a lead wall, a bouldering wall and a Kilter board, the first and only one currently in the Philippines.

  • Expansion Building, Filinvest Supermall, Alabang, Muntinlupa, Metro Manila, Philippines

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The Bouldering Hive

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Mandaluyong City, Philippines • Recommendation • 

If you're not into high walls and want a challenge bouldering may be for you. BHive, as it's also known as, is a vertical playground of 400 square meters of bouldering with walls as high as 4.5 meters. They also offer shoe rentals and bouldering 101 courses for beginners, so they've got you covered.

  • +63 977 641 8645
  • LL135 UGF, Circuit Lane, Circuit Makati, Makati, 1207 Metro Manila, Philippines

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Climb Central Manila

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Pasig City, Philippines • Recommendation • 

CCM is the biggest indoor climbing gym in Metro Manila. It has routes for everyone of all ages whether you're a beginner and just want to try your hand at it or an advance level climber. They also have auto belay routes and a bouldering wall which you can use even if you don't have a partner to climb with.

  • +63 2 8721 8307
  • Unit 02, The Portal, Mayflower Street,, Greenfield District, BRGY Highway Hills, Mandaluyong City, Philippines, 1552 Metro Manila, Philippines

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