Granite Arch re-opened March 19, 2021
WELCOME TO GRANITE ARCH CLIMBING CENTER
Since 1996 Granite Arch has been serving the climbing community in the Sacramento region with some of the most realistic, indoor climbing walls imaginable. Right down to the “pin scars” in our cracks, you’ll love the look, feel and incredible variety of our walls at Granite Arch. With well over 20,000 square feet of wall surface, including an outdoor boulder park, there is something for everyone to test their ability.
SEASONED CLIMBERS OR BEGINNERS…
Whether you’re a seasoned climber looking to keep your edge between outdoor excursions, or you’ve never climbed before, you will be welcomed by our friendly and experienced staff. With lots of opportunities for kids to participate, Granite Arch is a great place to introduce young “crushers” to the sport of climbing. Or better yet, why not bring the whole family in for a great experience together!
No longer a fringe activity, the sport of climbing will be featured in the Olympics for the first time in 2021. Granite Arch is home to Team Granite Arch, our competitive youth team, which competes in USA Climbing sanctioned events up and down the state and across the country.
EASY TO FIND
Conveniently located off of Highway 50 on Folsom Blvd between Sunrise and Hazel, Granite Arch is easy to find and get to.
PLEASE NOTE: Everyone climbing or participating in any activity or event at Granite Arch must have a current “Release of Liability, Waiver and Assumption of Risk” form (referred to simply as a “Waiver”) on file at Granite Arch. CLICK ON THE WAIVER TAB AT THE TOP FOR MORE INFORMATION REGARDING WAIVERS. IF YOU ARE UNDER THE AGE OF 18, YOUR WAIVER MUST BE COMPLETED AND SIGNED BY YOUR PARENT OR COURT APPOINTED LEGAL GUARDIAN.
Granite Arch is a proud member of the Climbing Wall Association, an organization dedicated “to support the growth, health, independence and professionalism of the climbing wall industry” and the California Indoor Climbing Coalition representing the interests of climbing centers across our state as we seek more equitable treatment from our state government and health department in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.