Top 10 Climbing Gyms of Texas

In 2024, Bouldering with Joel conducted a survey of over 9,400 public reviews in order to determine the top 10 climbing gyms of Texas. Momentum, Canyons Climbing Gym and InSPIRE Rock Climbing Gym are among the best gyms of the area. Want to learn about the 14 rock gyms that didn’t quite make the list?…

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In 2024, Bouldering with Joel conducted a survey of over 9,400 public reviews in order to determine the top 10 climbing gyms of Texas. Momentum, Canyons Climbing Gym and InSPIRE Rock Climbing Gym are among the best gyms of the area.

Want to learn about the 14 rock gyms that didn’t quite make the list? You can read all about them in our posts “2024 Climbing Gyms Near Me: Southern Texas” and 2024 Climbing Gyms Near Me: Northern Texas“.

10. Dyno Rock Indoor Climbing Center – Arlington, Texas

The Dyno Rock Indoor Climbing Center is located at 608 East Front Street in Arlington, Texas. Nearly 350 public reviews found that this facility has an average rating of 4.2 out of 5 stars. One reviewer, Lenvel Perry III, wrote “Lovely piece of Arlington culture and history, and also one of the oldest gyms in DFW!”.

Some amenities of this rock-climbing gym include bouldering walls, general fitness equipment, top rope climbing and more.

Pricing for this rock gym is as follows: $12 for a day pass, $100 for a 10 Punch Pass, $50 for a monthly membership and $480 for an annual membership. Discounted rates are available for children and families.

A few perks of opting for a membership at this climbing gym include one free guest pass per month, access to member’s only climb times, free yoga classes, free fitness classes and discounts on gear purchases.

9. Crux Climbing Center (Central Austin) – Austin, Texas

The Central Austin location of the Crux Climbing Center can be found at 6015 Dillard Circle Unit B in Austin, Texas. Nearly 315 public reviews found that this climbing gym has an average rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars. Reviewer Angel Breeza wrote “I’ve been going here for a couple months, and it’s always been a great atmosphere.”.

A few amenities of this climbing gym include bouldering walls, a gear shop, yoga, climbing classes, private climbing instruction, fitness classes and a youth team.

Rates for this facility is as follows: $22 for a day pass, $170 for a 10 Punch Pass, $105 for a monthly membership and $900 for an annual membership. Reduced pricing is available for couples and families.

Some perks of choosing a membership over a day or punch pass include access to all Crux Climbing Center locations, two free first time guest passes per month, free yoga classes, free fitness classes, discounted climbing classes and member appreciation nights.

8. InSPIRE Rock Climbing Gym – Spring, Texas

The Spring location of InSPIRE Rock Climbing Gym can be found at 403 East Louetta Road in Spring, Texas. Over 360 public reviews found this facility to have an average rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars. One reviewer, Barclay Stockett, wrote “I’ve been climbing here since 2016 and its easily become like a second home.”.

Some features of this rock climbing gym include 14,000 square feet of lead, top rope and auto belay climbing, 4,000 square feet of bouldering terrain, yoga and fitness classes.

Prices for InSPIRE Rock Climbing Gym are: $22 for a day pass, $195 for a 10 Punch Pass, $82 per month (plus a $59 initiation fee) for a monthly membership and $970 for an annual membership. If you are a family or youth, be sure to ask about what discounts are available to you.

Some benefits of opting for a membership at this climbing gym include free yoga classes, free fitness classes, access to both InSPIRE Rock Climbing Gym locations, discounts in the gear shop and access to the members only climbing strength room.

7. Crux Climbing Center (South Austin) – Austin, Texas

The South Austin location of the Crux Climbing Center can be found at 6015 Dillard Circle Unit B in Austin, Texas. Over 405 public reviews found this rock gym to have an average rating of 46 out of 5 stars. Reviewer Isabella Vidal wrote “I finally ended up getting my own membership during their New Years sale…and it has definatly been worth it!”.

A few features of this climbing gym include climbing classes, private lessons, yoga classes, fitness classes, youth programs and more.

Pricing for this facility is as follows: $22 for a day pass, $170 for a 10 Punch Pass, $85 (plus a $35 initiation fee) for a monthly membership and $900 for an annual membership. Discounts are available for couples and families.

Some benefits of opting for a membership over a day or punch pass at this rock climbing gym include access to all Crux Climbing Center locations, two free first time guest passes per month, free yoga classes, monthly member appreciation nights, free fitness classes, access to the saunas and access to their referral program.

6. InSPIRE Rock Climbing Gym – Cypress, Texas

The Cypress location of the InSPIRE Rock Climbing Gym can be found at 16730 House Hahl Road. Nearly 380 public reviews found this facility to have an average rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars. One reviewer, Kristy Brown, wrote “My son competed for the first time in a bouldering competition here and he loved it.”.

Some amenities of this rock climbing gym include 17,500 square feet of lead climbing, top rope climbing and autobelay climbing, 6,500 square feet of bouldering terrain, 2 system walls, an LED moon board, campus rungs and a speed wall.

Rates for this climbing gym are as follows: $22 for a day pass, $195 for a 10 Punch Pass, $82 (plus a $59 initiation fee) for a monthly membership and $970 for an annual membership. Reduced pricing is available for couples and families.

A few benefits of opting for a membership at this rock climbing gym include free guest passes, free climbing classes, free yoga classes, access to the members only strength room and a gear shop.

5. Movement – Plano, Texas

Movement is located at 525 Talbert Drive in Plano, Texas. Nearly 440 public reviews found this facility to have an average rating of 4.4 out of 5 stars. Reviewer Pratyoosh Patel wrote “A must have for climbing enthusiast(s).”.

A few amenities of this 32,000 square foot rock gym include 5,000 square feet of bouldering terrain, 20,000 square feet of roped climbing terrain (including top rope climbing, lead climbing and auto-belay climbing), yoga classes and general fitness instruction.

Pricing for this rock-climbing gym are as follows: $22 for a day pass, $140 for a 7 Punch Pass, $87 for a monthly membership and $957 for an annual membership. Discounted rates are available for students, active-duty military, teachers, seniors, first responders and families.

Some perks of opting for a membership at this rock-climbing gym include a free introductory rope or bouldering class, free yoga classes, free general fitness classes, twelve returning guess passes per year, two free first-time guest passes, free member clinics, a 10% discount in the gear shop and more.

4. Canyons Climbing Gym – Frisco, Texas

Canyons Climbing Gym can be found at 7164 Technology Drive #202 in Frisco, Texas. Nearly 420 public reviews found this rock climbing gym to have an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars. One reviewer, Sereh Prince, wrote “I was super nervous to go, but took one for the team and loved it!”.

Some features of this climbing gym include bouldering walls, roped climbing, youth programs, yoga classes and more.

Rates for this climbing gym are as follows: $18 for a day pass, $55 for a monthly membership, and $550 for an annual membership. If you are a college student, military member, firefighter, police, teacher or youth, be sure to ask about what discounts are available to you.

3. Texas Rock Gym – Houston, Texas

Texas Rock Gym is located at 1526 Campbell Road in Houston, Texas. Nearly 600 public reviews found this rock climbing gym to have an average rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars. Reviewer Adam Montoya wrote “My boys thoroughly enjoyed this venue, finding ample opportunity to expend their energy.”.

A few amenities of this rock gym include auto-belay stations, bouldering walls, top-rope climbing stations, climbing classes, yoga, martial art lessons, youth programs and more.

Prices for Texas Rock Gym are: $20 for a day pass, $65 for a monthly membership (plus a $50 initiation fee) and $780 for an annual membership. Reduced rates are available for military and families.

A few perks of choosing a membership over a day pass include unlimited access to Texas Rock Gym, access to members only climb times, two free guest passes per month, a 10% discount on climbing gear purchases, free tai-chi instruction, free kung fu classes , free yoga instruction and more.

2. Momentum – Katy, Texas

The Katy location of Momentum can be found at 25410 Katy Mills Parkway. Nearly 1,800 public reviews found this rock gym to have an average rating of 4.9 out of 5 stars. One reviewer, Karen Q, wrote “The facility is super clean. The instructors are knowledgeable and friendly”.

Some amenities of this 36,000 square foot climbing gym include 29,000 square feet of climbing terrain, over 200 routes, over 120 bouldering problems, speed climbing, fitness classes and yoga instruction.

Pricing for the Katy location of Momentum is: $25 for a day pass, $209 for a 10 Punch Pass, $84 (plus a $59 initiation fee) for a monthly membership and $999 for an annual membership. Discounts are available for families and youth.

Some advantages of opting for a membership at this facility include access to all Momentum facilities, free yoga classes, one free guest passes per month and access to members only events.

1. Momentum (Silverstreet) – Houston, Texas

The Silverstreet location of Momentum is located at 1401 Silver Street in Houston, Texas. Over 2,400 public reviews found this rock-climbing gym to have an average rating of 4.9 out of 5 stars. Reviewer Andrew David wrote that this is an “Exceptional bouldering gym!”.

A few features of this climbing gym includes 43,000 square feet of climbing terrain, 1,100 square feet of kids bouldering space, over 280 boulder problems, yoga classes, fitness classes and more.

Rates for this facility is as follows: $25 for a day pass, $209 for a 10 Punch Pass, $84 (plus a $59 initiation fee) for a monthly membership and $999 for an annual membership. Reduced rates are available to youth, couples and families.

A few advantages of choosing a membership at this bouldering gym include access to all Momentum facilities, free yoga classes, one free guest pass per month and more.

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