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August 1st - Sept 13th


The League gives climbers of all genders and abilities the opportunity to climb and compete together on teams of four. V0-V8+ climbers battling together in six weeks of blissfully competitive harmony.


The Details

$20 for members

$30 for non-members*

Please register at the front desk before July 29th, 2019. All competitors who sign up before July 29th will get a limited edition Summer 2019 Bouldering League shirt.


*Price does not include day passes or gear rentals. Non-Members who enter benefit from only paying $12 for their day pass including rentals!

League Shirt Front Summer '19.jpeg
League Shirt Summer '19.jpg

The Rules

  • Teams must consist of 4 people.

  • You may use an alternate if someone is going to be absent - please indicate the alternate on your score-card.

  • Teams may climb anytime on Thursday but need to climb all together as a team.

  • Scorecards must be picked up together as a team and must be returned as a team to the front desk before leaving.

  • All climbs must be sent in front of a non-team member witness.

  • Your team must climb routes designated by league tags.

  • The league is based on the honor system so please be honest and trustworthy! If you or any of your team members lie or cheat, your entire team will be subject to disqualification.

  • Bonus points will be given to teams that show up with each team member every week.

  • If you climb more than 2 problems above your V-max handicap OR climb 1 problem two grades above your current V-max, your V-Max will get bumped up 1 grade.



Each week, your individual score will be the sum of your top 5 problems. After the last week, your team’s final score will be a cumulative total of your best 5 nights. Your team's weekly score will be the sum of the team's individual scores.



The V-Max System

Points are made using the V-Max Handicap System. We'll set your V-Max on the first day of the league. To determine your V-Max, think of the highest grade you have been able to complete recently with some regularity. That will be your “Max V”. Your points are then derived from that baseline.