New Presale Memberships and Packages

Check out our updated presale memberships and group packages…  

Upcoming Events

How To Shop For A Climber

  Someone recently bitten by the climbing bug might have a wish list filled with nothing but climbing related equipment, gadgets, and reading material. Naturally, we want to nurture our climbers, but what is on the list that they are … Read More

Partner Profile: Hot Yoga Plus

Did you know that all active members at The Crag receive 15% off classes and memberships at all Hot Yoga Plus locations? Hot Yoga Plus offers both heated and non-heated classes, including classes that benefit climbers: Hot 26: (heated) A great way to … Read More

Member Benefits Update

Have you heard about our new friends in Chattanooga, Anvil Crash Pad Rentals? They’ve established a system of renting out Organic crash pads at the reasonable rate of $13, with $10 for every additional day you have their pads. Needing more than one … Read More

Harness Sale

  We have put all of our harnesses on sale for the month of February. The Sama and Selena from Petzl and the Momentum and Primrose from Black Diamond are all 30% off while supplies last. If you are new … Read More

The Crag’s Holiday Gift Guide

We have put together a holiday gift guide for the climbers in your lives this season. Click this link for some ideas. Deals will roll out November 28th.

Bighorn Society Firewood and Coffee Fundraiser

    The Crag’s youth climbing team is raising money to help cover the cost of registration and travel expenses for this year’s American Bouldering Series with firewood and coffee sales. … Read More

Back to School Bash Recap

  With the lights out and the beats booming, forty-seven climbers attacked twenty fresh boulder problems with force and enthusiasm, leaving no problem unclimbed. Over the span of two hours, climbers pushed themselves and each other to earn as many … Read MoreRead More


    Have you ever asked yourself “How the heck are they sticking to the wall like that,” covered your kids’ ears when you heard terms like “heel hook or toe hook,” or perhaps marveled at the physiques of climbers … Read MoreRead More