Have you heard of Brooklyn Boulders? If you haven’t, it’s time to learn more about them! If you are hungry and restless to try some adventure with technology, this is a great place to go!
Brooklyn Boulders is one of the greatest workouts to have a bit of downtime from the city. They offer a great 22,000 sqft space for rock climbing since 2009.
Located in the neighborhood of Gowanus, in Brooklyn, every year their team bring novelties to the experience they create.
“It’s not the mountain we conquer, but ourselves.” ~ Edmund Hillary
This time, they’ve added Augmented Reality to their menu of classes!
How it works? There are projections on the walls that create a video game experience for the climbers. The objective is to touch each projection – or target – as fast as possible. At every touch, a sound is ignited to confirm the target was reached. Pretty cool, right? Fantastic mix of adventure with technology.
Being fit definitely became more entertaining at Brooklyn Boulders!
Oh! They also offer yoga, acroyoga, capoeira classes, and a variety of fitness workshops. Plus, these guys love to party making everything fun.
If you are a bit lazy and need and extra push to exercise, they have fantastic personal trainers that can help you out and keep you disciplined.
Also, their free wifi will let you document your experience to share with your friends!
You might want to see a short YouTube video where our Founder, Fê Paronetto, does some bouldering!
Lastly, after a fantastic class at Brooklyn Boulders, you might want to walk a few blocks to a neighborhood we love called Fort Greene. For lunch or dinner, go to Colonia Verde, one of our favorite spots!
If you want our expert’s help to organize a private party or gathering, let us know. This is also the perfect spot for a company outing or a team building day. Our team is also able to assist you in organizing it all.
Contact us for further information!
Monday – Friday: 7am – Midnight
Saturday & Sunday: 8am – 10pm
Holiday hours may vary.
Location: 575 Degraw Street, Brooklyn
Photo Credits: Courtesy of Brooklyn Boulders
*Last Update on March/2020.*