Indoor Climbing Walls
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Inland Wall and Bouldering Cave
Tucked on the far side of the ice rink/tennis courts, the inland wall simulates climbing on actual rock far more closely than most modern climbing walls. Realistic flakes, ledges, cracks will take you to the top of this historically significant climbing wall. The bouldering cave attached to the Inland Wall rounds out a spectacular array of possibilities for climbing on campus at UMD.
North Shore Wall
The North Shore Wall is featured prominently in the Sports and Health Center. Extending two stories into a skylight, the wall is fully sport-lead capable. Equipped with a simulated ice climbing route, multiple crack systems, a rappel ledge and a great bouldering area, the North Shore Wall offers a wide variety of climbing options. We collect a wide variety of climbing tools for participants to grow their climbing knowledge and experience. Ask us for the latest!
Wall Hours and Reservations
North Shore Wall:
Closed during summer
Closed during summer
Group reservations: Design your group's climbing session at UMD. Birthday parties, Scouts, sports teams or any other group may reserve the climbing wall upon request. Please call 218-726-6257 for more information. UMD clubs and groups receive a discount on rental.
Please view the Google calendar on our FACILITIES page for hour changes and break hours.
All passes and sessions purchased include the use of all necessary climbing equipment for that session.
Session Pass: $3 UMD Students/ $10 Others
5-Punch Pass: $10 UMD Students/ $30 Others
Semester Pass*: $30 UMD Students/ $80 Others
Year Pass: $50 UMD Students/ $150 Others
*Show your Fall semester climbing pass for $5 off your spring semester pass *Semester pass cost reduced after Spring Break
Focusing on core strength, balance and coordination, bouldering is a great addition to any work out. Add a challenge to your everyday work out with a bouldering routine. Anyone with a facility or climbing pass may boulder at no additional cost during regular facility hours other than open climbing hours. During open climbing hours you must have a climbing pass to boulder or climb. Please keep your feet below the four-foot high red line.
For information on climbing courses and events please visit our CLIMBING PROGRAM PAGE