Updated October 12th 2021
To help reduce risk and help reduce the spread of viruses we need your cooperation. Please read through these new policies to understand what is expected of you upon entry into the facility. At the bottom of this page you will find links to the resources we’re using to help form our new policies. Thank you in advance for your patience and support as we navigate the new normal.
What is expected of you?
Click here to see our current requirments
Please do not come to the facility if you are feeling ill
As of September 13th anyone wishing to visit Ground Up will be required to show proof of vaccination, as per BC’s public health orders. For all information on how to show your proof of vaccination, please visit the government information website: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/vaccinecard.html. These orders apply to everyone 12 years and older.
Check In And Check Out From The Gym
For contact tracing purposes, we will still require all customers to check in and check out from the gym.
Please Bring Your Mask To The Gym
Masks are now mandatory while in the facility this includes in the locker space, training room and while on the floor of the gym. You are now allowed to pull your mask down while climbing on the ropes but are expected to be pulled back up once the climber is lowered to the ground. As per public health orders, the following face coverings are not allowed:
Neck gaiters (buffs), Bandanas, Vented Masks.
Wash Hands Frequently
We encourage you to follow proper hygiene practices when present in the gym.
Current changes include:*
- Youth 3 and under: Permitted in the gym under direct 1:1 supervision ( within arms reach)
- Youth 4- 6: Day passes & memberships available 1:1 child supervision ( within arms reach) ratio required
- Youth 7-11: Day passes & memberships available (1 adult:2 children maximum supervision ratio)
*These service offerings are subject to change as new information becomes available.
Remember, Your Safety Is Your Responsibility
Climb at your own risk. Climbing involves inherent and other risks and cannot be made safe. The information on this page does not describe all of the risks associated with climbing and is not intended to replace or supersede this facilities policies, procedures, practices and rules. If you have any questions about the risks, your responsibilities, or anything else about climbing, please ask Ground Up Climbing staff by calling email@example.com email