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Carabiner's Climbing wall

New Bedford, MA

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Carabiner's offers three types of indoor rock climbing on our walls ranging from 15ft to 65ft high. Climbing holds are arranged in routes creating a variety of interesting climbing for climbers of nearly any age or ability.

Rock Spot Climbing

Boston, MA

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Our indoor gym facilities are state of the art. We have everything from amazing climbing walls, to bouldering routes, to a lounge with free wifi and vending machines. We also have a changing room for your convenience. We have 9,000 sq ft of climbing surface, with 90 to 100 Boulder Problems (Reset every 6 weeks). Open 10am-midnight 7 days a week.

Exxcel Gym

Newton, MA

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At Exxcel, you'll find: State-of-the-art safety equipment, 60' x 20' indoor rock wall with varying levels difficulty, More than 60 constantly changing routes, An indoor rock cave with overhang, and more...

MIT Climbing Wall

Cambridge, MA

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The MIT bouldering wall is free and open to anyone and everyone, MIT affiliated or not. If you like climbing at the wall, show your support by contributing. There is a donation box next to the door.

Boston Rock Gym

Woburn, MA

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The Boston Rock Gym is committed to being the hub of rock climbing in New England.


Everett, MA

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Welcome to New England's premiere climbing destination! Join us on a climbing adventure in our state-of-the-art climbing facilities. We have the Most Indoor Climbing Terrain in New England.