Kid climbers, don’t miss our Winter Adventures, where there will be engaging activities that explore Christmas and holiday traditions from all over the globe. Here’s the lowdown.
Meet Carmen Lapido, one of our newest and multi-talented members at Brooklyn Boulders. You may have seen her playing the cello at BKB…
Get to know your BKB community – Chinatown native Di Feng, originally from China, photographed by our resident artist Leah Bank.
Artist Leah Bank is taking portraits of our beloved BKB community members. Meet her first subject, member, teacher and marathon runner Jana Trenk.
We’re psyched to announce that we’re kicking off our Artist Residency program at Brooklyn Boulders with photographer and climber Leah Bank. Get to know your fellow community member and support the creation of more #art.
Rawrrrrr…. It’s that time again: BKBeasts Fall Tryouts 2016
Brooklyn is more than a city. It’s a state of mind. A state of mind that’s inspired a passionate and diverse community of artists, athletes, entrepreneurs and countless others to leave their mark. Today, we want to give you the opportunity to make yours on our special anniversary tee shirt.
Submit a shirt design that represents your local BKB community for the anniversary of our very first location, founded in Brooklyn on 09.09.09.
See your design at BKB + You could win:
Bragging rights | 6-Month Membership | 10% of proceeds of Limited-Edition shirts at local facility
- Use this “Baseball Tee” template
- Incorporate 09.09.09 and a reference to your local BKB community
- No more than two colors
- Submit your entries as a PDF with the name of your facility in the subject line and your name and phone number in the body to email@example.com
The deadline is August 9 — Good luck!
Crash pads, get ready for a long-needed makeover. Meet Kim + Kyle, the dirtbaggers turned entrepreneurs who started Kush Climbing, the ‘world’s first crash pad built with sustainability and creative expression in mind’.
A big thank you to our Brooklyn, Long Island City, Chicago and Somerville BKB communities — we raised over $2,800 for Pulse Victims.
Thanks for helping us raise funds for Orlando’s Pulse nightclub tragedy and show support to our LGBTQ family, friends, and team members.