Adamanta Bouldering

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Adamanta Bouldering

Adamanta Bouldering in Lomas de Santa Fe, Mexico City, offers rock climbing without top ropes. This means the climbs are not too high and coming down from a route requires climbing down or jumping to the mat. Classes are available for adults and children.  Fees range from day passes to longer periods to annual memberships with corresponding volume discounts. Shoes and chalk are available to rent. There is also a store with climbing gear for purchase. The site also features Iyengar Yoga Center and a deli.


    • This place is good for

    • Little kids
      (2-5)
      50%
    • Grade schoolers
      (6-9)
      100%
    • Tweens
      (10-13)
      100%
    • Teens
      (14-18)
      100%
    • Everyone
      (0-100)
      50%
    • Children with
      special needs
      0%
    • Recommended length

    • Up to 1 hour
      0%
    • 1-3 hours
      100%
    • Half a day
      0%
    • Full day
      0%
    • A day is not enough
      0%
    • Price

    • Free
      0%
    • $
      0%
    • $$
      100%
    • $$$
      0%

      Features confirmed by parents

      • Parking on-site
      • Restaurant or food for purchase
      • Restrooms
      • Lockers

Reviews (2)

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  • User avatar

    Brinavet

    Mexico, Mexico City

    6, 5

    Bouldering confidence

    Reviewed 09 November 2017

    We regularly climb at Adamanta as a family (two girls ages 4 to 6) and we really enjoy it. The gym is very small compared to other indoor locations I've climbed in other countries, but there are varying routes of all levels and the staff and guests are very friendly. The reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is because of the lack of a top rope, which I think is better (and safer) for young children learning to climb. That being said, there are no climbing gyms in CDMX that have a top-roping option. This is a happy place for me and I can see the confidence building in my girls when they first successfully complete a climb after multiple attempts. I highly recommend climbing with your kids.This is a personal opinion of a KiddieMundo user.

    Tips

    When they are learning, kids don't understand there ability (or lack thereof) to climb down and will often go too high. They cannot jump from the top without getting hurt, so be sure they don't go too high. When your kids get tired, let them stop and don't push them too hard or they will hate it. Praise them for perseverance and not just for reaching the top. Our kids love when we place a superhero cape at a height that is their goal and it's great motivation to make them work hard. If your children are young and don't listen well, you may need to have one parent to monitor each child to prevent them from running underneath other climbers.

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    Wanderer

    USA

    A great climbing gym for parents & kids

    Reviewed 02 September 2017

    There is a very good mix of difficult and easier climbs here, so the parents and kids can both test their limits, whatever their experience and skill levels may be. Gear is available for rent for those who don't have their own. My son had a great  time trying various routes, and even watching me demonstrate some of those that were too difficult for him. A visit of 2-3 hours was enough for both of us.This is a personal opinion of a KiddieMundo user.

    Tips

    The gym is made for "bouldering" - meaning low-altitude climbs without ropes. You'll need to stay close to your kids when they're climbing to spot them and ensure a safe landing. You'll also need to make sure they don't wander under other climbers so no one accidentally falls on them.

    Insider tips

    • When they are learning, kids don't understand there ability (or lack thereof) to climb down and will often go too high. They cannot jump from the top without getting hurt, so be sure they don't go too high. When your kids get tired, let them stop and don't push them too hard or they will hate it. Praise them for perseverance and not just for reaching the top. Our kids love when we place a superhero cape at a height that is their goal and it's great motivation to make them work hard. If your children are young and don't listen well, you may need to have one parent to monitor each child to prevent them from running underneath other climbers.
    • The gym is made for "bouldering" - meaning low-altitude climbs without ropes. You'll need to stay close to your kids when they're climbing to spot them and ensure a safe landing. You'll also need to make sure they don't wander under other climbers so no one accidentally falls on them.

    Practical info

    Calle 3 55 B, Santa Fe, Zedec Sta Fé, Mexico City, Mexico
    01219 Mexico City, Mexico
    01 55 1931 6077

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