Bouldering Now Available! 

Almost 1000 square feet of climbing has just been added to Pinnacle Indoor Climbing.   Built and designed by OnSite Climbing, the Monolith offers 360 degrees of climbing.  With some great volumes and new holds, you can get an amazing work out on this great new addition to the facility!  We look forward to seeing you there.

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Pinnacle indoor climbing is Durham’s newest and largest indoor rock climbing facility

Featuring some of the tallest walls in the GTA as well as one of only two certified speed climbing walls in Ontario.

With over 4,000 square feet of climbing, 40’ tall climbing walls and floor to ceiling windows, Pinnacle Indoor Climbing will offer an open, bright welcoming climbing gym. We have multiple Auto Belays, Top Climbing Routes and Lead Climbing routes, that will vary in range from beginning to intermediate and expert. If you want to spend some time alone working out some problems, challenge yourself with some harder routes, or race your friends up our certified Speed Climbing Race Wall, Pinnacle will meet all of your climbing needs!

Come in and check out one of the fastest growing sports in the world and see why it’s being brought into the 2020 Olympics!!

Olympic Speed Wall

One of only 2 Certified Speed Walls in Ontario you will be able to practice and train and this 40’ wall and see how you stack up against the worlds fastest climbers!

Auto-Belay Climbing

An awesome and safe experience where the belay device takes up the slack as the climber ascends our 40 FOOT climbing wall! When you reach the top, the device safely lowers you to the ground

Lead Climbing

A SUPER cool advanced form of roped climbing. As they climb the walls, the belayer feeds slack through the belay device so the climber can clip into pre-set anchors.

Top-Rope Climbing

Here’s a great experience in which the climber is securely attached to a rope which then passes up and down to a belayer at the foot of the climb.