NISS climbing wall open for business

Community climbing opportunities have begun Tuesday evenings at 7 p.m.

North Island Secondary School’s climbing wall is officially open for business. Community climbing opportunities have begun Tuesday evenings at 7 p.m. Fees for climbing will be:

Adult drop in: $10.00 or adults can purchase a loyalty card (10 visits) for $80. Youth drop in: $5.00 or youth can purchase a loyalty card (10 visits) for $40. Loyalty cards can be purchased onsite or in advance at the school office. In order to use the climbing wall all users are required to submit the appropriate liability waivers, and receive a safety orientation. All proceeds from climbing or rentals are directly applied to the maintenance, operations, and equipment required to run the facility. If you are interested in renting the wall for a private group event, please contact Mr. Greg Muirhead or Mr. Mark Taylor at niss@sd85.bc.ca or 250 956 3394.

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