Circuit Climbing

Circuit climbing Gym


Our youth bouldering teams provide motivated climbers with the opportunity to pursue climbing as their primary sport. Twice-weekly practices combine one-on-one coaching with group activities to promote growth in a social and supportive environment. Each season, climbers work on increasing strength and technical skill. Weather permitting, the Circuit Breakers also have the opportunity to climb outdoors in spring at local and regional climbing destinations. Questions? Contact us to request to speak with a coach.

NE Team

Based at our NE gym, our recreational team is for newer climbers looking to develop their climbing skills. Climbers gain knowledge of how to improve technically, physically, and mentally as well as how to climb outside (spring). Open to climbers 9 - 18 years old. The NE team meets Mondays and Wednesdays. Making the team is not based on climbing ability. NE Team fees are $255. Additionally, all team members must maintain an Annual Membership or Team Season Pass.

* Spring season runs January 30th - June 7th

* Spring season tryouts are Monday, January 30th, 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm.

  • TIGARD TEAM

    Based at our Tigard gym, our recreational team is for newer climbers looking to develop their climbing skills. Climbers gain knowledge of how to improve technically, physically, and mentally as well as how to climb outside (spring). Open to climbers 9 - 18 years old. The Tigard team meets Tuesdays and Thursdays 4:30-6:30pm. Making the team is not based on climbing ability. Tigard Team fees are $255. Additionally, all team members must maintain an Annual Membership or a Team Season Pass

  • * Fall season runs January 31st - June 8th
  • * Spring season tryouts are Tuesday, January 31st, 4:30-6:30pm.
  • SW TEAM - Competitive Team

Based at our Southwest gym, our competitive team is a more rigorous program geared toward developing skills, strength, and preparing climbers for high-level competition. SW team members are required to compete in a minimum number of USAC competitions. The fall season focuses on bouldering while the spring season is focused on sport (rope) climbing and outdoor bouldering trips (spring season). Team fees are $445 per season and cover coaching during practice and three local competitions in addition to Regional, Divisional, and National Bouldering Championships. Additionally, all team members must maintain an Annual Membership or Team Season Pass.



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