The facility sports 9 climbing stations with walls as high at 25 feet. The “boulder” walls are shorter, up to 16 feet, to accommodate a different style of climbing. Co-Owner Britt Frankel says climbing is more than just a physical challenge of ascending a wall. Climbing paths are called “problems” and climbers must figure out their moves ahead of time to find the most efficient route up the wall. In addition to the rock climbing stations, DynoClimb offers yoga and fitness classes.
A grand opening was held on Saturday, September 21 with lots of other downtown businesses coming out to show their support. DynoClimb has joined the MainStreet DeLand Association and plans to become a member of the Chamber of Commerce.
Membership costs vary based on billing and level. For more information, check out their website at www.dynoclimb.com.