We love climbing.

Whenever possible, we disappear into the wilderness to play on boulders, crags, and mountains. In the city, we look forward to pulling on plastic. There’s nothing like stepping onto padded floors in a room full of friends, stretching out tight muscles, and shaking off the day’s rust. We thrive in the frustration of falling off warm-up problems, the joy of unexpected strength, and the feeling of weightlessness. We love the concentration through crux sequences, laughing at sideways falls onto padded floors, problems you get, and problems that leave you humbled. In between are rest days, recovering muscles, raw fingertips, and the endless search for nail clippers.

What is The Seattle Bouldering Project? It's our dream to create the best climbing gym in the world. It's the future of indoor climbing. High ceilings. Open layout. Natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows. Enormous, striking climbing walls. Topout boulders. Innovative and grade-consistent routesetting. Seamless padding. A fleet of rental crash pads. A full-service fitness center. Locker rooms with showers. Yoga. Weights. Cross-training. Youth programs. Kids areas. Hundreds of parking spaces. Accessibility to freeway entrances, major arterials, buses, bike trails. Guiding. Instruction. Parties. Community. Everything we know and love about climbing, wrapped up into one perfect package we call The Seattle Bouldering Project.

We can't wait to climb with you.


Youth 13 and younger must be directly supervised by an adult at all times.

One adult may not be responsible for more than 2 youth in our main climbing areas & fitness area.

One adult may not be responsible for more than 3 youth in our youth climbing areas.

Please click here for a gym map and tips & rules for youth at SBP.

Before climbing, participants under 18 must have their waiver signed by a parent or legal guardian.

SAVE TIME AND PAPER! Fill out our online waiver before you come to the gym OR download and print the waiver.
All climbers and non-climbers must have a waiver on file before entering the climbing area.