Mesa Rim Climbing and Fitness Center is opening an indoor climbing facility in Reno.
The company is based in San Diego, operating two existing California facilities.
The Reno building will feature a 25,000 square feet of top-roping, lead climbing and bouldering terrain, 50 foot climbing walls, a yoga studio, an array of fitness equipment and locker rooms.
“We believe that climbing is more than a sport — it’s a lifestyle. Climbing and yoga can be transformative experiences — physically, mentally, socially and beyond,” said Ian McIntosh, partner and general manager of Mesa Rim Climbing Center. “We feel the Reno area is the perfect location for a modern indoor climbing facility that can serve not only as a place to climb and train, but as a community hub for outdoor and fitness enthusiasts in the Reno-Sparks metro area.”
The facility will be located at the corner of Harvard Way and Yale Way. MBA Architects of Reno will design the the building, and Clark/Sullivan Construction will oversee construction.