MRock is available to students as well as the general public.
Winter Hours (Starting January 7)
Tuesday through Friday - 5pm to 9pm
Saturday - 1pm to 5pm
Sunday - 3pm to 7pm.
Interested in learning more about basic rock climbing skills and technique?
Sign up for our 101 or 102 UMove climbing classes!
Classes start 1/11/15 & 1/12/15
For more info and registration click here.
Winter at MRock: As always, new routes will be up throughout the terms. Also, semester passes are being sold for $65. With a semester pass, you also recieve 3 complimentary guest passes, and 15% off at Moosejaw! If you do not belong to the IMSB you can buy a Winter MRock pass for $125 and that will give you access to the building during our open hours! These non-member passes must be purchased at one of the Rec Sports business offices during their open hours and will be available starting in January. Please refer to the Facilities page for opening and closing information for the IMSB.
The MRock Climbing Wall offers opportunities to learn or develop your rock climbing skills and technique for just $5 a day. Gear rentals are included. Semester passes are available for $65.
Top-Roping Classes are offered on a walk-in basis; they take about 45 minutes.
Bouldering Classes are always available; they take ten minutes.
Large Groups: If you have a group of 10 or more people who plan on climbing, please give us a call or email us a week in advance so that we can accomadate your group. Better yet, rent the whole wall for your group! MRock Private Rentals
For any general questions or rental inquiries, please email MRock Manager, John Den Uyl or Katherine Montie. Private rentals welcome!
For inquires regarding Bouldering Competitions, Advertising at or Sponsoring the wall, or other special events, please email the MRock Manager.
Interested in working at MRock? We are always accepting applications! Email us for an application today!
*All climbers must be belay and/or boulder certified by MRock Staff to climb at MRock. A bouldering class, belay class or a belay test will be necessary on your first visit to MRock, depending on climbing experience.