Hong Kong Island is home to various indoor rock climbing and bouldering gyms, suitable for all levels and various ages as young as 4! So why not try something different and escape the heat with some indoor fun? Little Steps has climbed and bouldered all over Hong Kong to give you the Top Rock Climbing Venues from Hong Kong Island to Kowloon and New Territories. Happy climbing!
Get ready for some serious fun on the climbing wall at the city’s largest rock climbing gym at Verm City, located in Quarry Bay (in the same building as Ryze Trampoline Park). There are options for all levels with indoor rock walls for sports climbing, including kids. Looking for a cool birthday party venue, look no further than Verm City, drop them a line to create an unforgettable party! Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult and those under 8 years old are restricted to the training room unless under direct, one-on-one adult supervision.
Just Climb offers two locations on Hong Kong Island and Kowloon, and this climbing venue has been making families happy for over ten years. They offer specially composed children climbing courses designed by their qualified climbing trainers. Students are separated into small group classes to ensure quality control. Classes are created for ages 4-6, 7-11, and 12-16.
Just Climb, Room D, G/F, Prince Industry Building, 106 King Fuk Street, San Po Kong, Hong Kong | G09, Paradise Mall West, 100 Shing Tai Road, Pak Sha Wan, Chai Wan, Hong Kong, https://justclimb.hk/
GoNature is home to plenty of terrain for climbers of every level, from beginners to experienced professionals with over 300 routes on their colossal climbing walls. Their space is stretched across a 6,000 square foot indoor gym, making it easy to spend the whole day there with the fam enjoying a good climb! Their venue can also be used for birthday parties, corporate training and more!
GoNature, Unit C2, Wing Hing Industrial Building, 14 Hing Yip Street, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong, +852 3563 7156, https://www.gonaturehk.com/
Hong Kong Climbing Park is one of the latest indoor climbing venues to hit the scene in the city, located in Sha Tin. This huge indoor gym offers an array of courses, group activities as well kid's programs! Their Kid's Climbing Course is designed for children 4-11 and the equipment is included in the total price of HK$1,120. During the course, children will learn how to climb in a fun and comfortable environment, as well as improve their physical strength, concentration, perseverance, and will help build their confidence!
Hong Kong Climbing Park, Level 2, Belair Garden Shopping Arcade Phase 2, 52 Tai Chung Kiu Road, Sha Tin, Hong Kong, https://www.hkclimbingpark.com/
This conveniently located climbing venue is located in the center of Sheung Wan and although Keep Climbing Gym is not as big as the others on this list, you can beat this location! They offer child and teen climbing courses and a student discount is available. They also host outdoor climbing events for adults and the more experienced climbers!
Keep Climbing Gym, Unit 6, 2/F, Wayson Commercial Building, 28 Connaught Road West, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, +852 3619 7167, Facebook Page
The Player Climbing Gym offers climbing classes for both beginners and the more experienced and their venue has over 5,000 square feet of climbing walls as well as a 4-meter tall top rope area! They also have a dedicated Kids Academy where they host holiday climbing camps as well climbing courses for kids of various ages and levels!
The Player Climbing Gym, Shop 6B1, Lai Chi Kok Bay Garden, 272 Lai King Hill Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong, +852 6380 0112, https://www.theplayerclimbing.com/
Attic V has been around since 2015, and they offer climbing classes for complete beginners or those who have had some experience. Their space offers bouldering walls with over 100 routes! Attic V also offers a Fun Kids Climbing Couse designed for kids age 6+. This 1-hour class provides young climbers a chance to explore the sport and get their climbing progression up to the competition level.
Attic V, Shop E, Derrick Industrial Building, 49 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, +852 3101 2918, https://www.atticv.com.hk/
Rock climbing is not only fun, but it is also an excellent skill with an emphasis on strength, balance, and coordination. YMCA has the largest outdoor climbing wall in Hong Kong, at 18 meters high and 16 wide. It offers more than 300 square meters of climbing terrain, which provides over 15 climbing routes of varying degrees of difficulty. They also have a mini indoor climbing wall, and kids of all ages can come to climb.
YMCA King’s Park Centenary Centre, 22 Gascoigne Road, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong, +852 2782 6682, http://www.ymcahk.org.hk/kpcc/en/facilities/outdoor_climbing_wall/introduction/index.html