Touchstone Climbing is dedicated to creating a safe environment for all participants at our facilities. Safe practice requires the active involvement of both the climber and the belayer, which dictates the need for personal responsibility.
It is therefore our requirement that all participants sign a liability release.
Our rules and belay tests have been developed to help us evaluate and minimize the potential for climber or belayer error, but they are weak substitutes for attentiveness and appreciation of the responsibilities we all have for our own safety. Each participant must sign a liability waiver or have a current copy on file in order to be in the gym.
To save time during check-in, fill out our online waiver now.
Participants under the age of 18 must have a waiver filled out by their legal guardian.
CLICK HERE TO SIGN WAIVER Our liability waiver is also available in Spanish.
Tambien tenemos nuestra renuncia de la responsabilidad disponible en espanol.
, and I definitely recommend it to any beginner or intermediate level climbers that want to step up their game.
I also like how the videos are broken up into different difficulty levels, so if I’m stuck at a particular level, I can watch those specific sections.” Mike Sage, Woodstock “You hear a lot about climbing techniques once you progress to a certain stage of climbing.
What seems fundamentally simple can become quite overwhelming. I would always be contemplating: how should I place my body? How are climbers shorter than me able to reach holds that I can’t even get to?
There is a lot of information to digest, mostly in books with images to ‘illustrate’… I would get an answer or two from an article, but nothing that provided a complete picture.
The videos at Rock Climb Tips really take a load off your chest.