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 Why We're Here

We believe that climbing is a lifelong activity where we can make friends, build community, and stay healthy. 
Our vision is to build a neighborhood bouldering gym that shares all the positive benefits of climbing with our local community.

Who Are We?



Mike is a lifelong climber, entrepreneur, and East Bay native. He is pursuing his dream of working with fellow climbers, contributing to the climbing community, and being around climbing as much as possible.


Nick (better known as Woh or @wohhhddyyy) is Mosaic's Director of Routesetting and  General Manager. A Bay Area native who has been climbing for 6 years and routesetting for 5, Woh creates climbs that test a climber's technique, creativity, and problem solving in addition to their strength.  Woh also brings his extensive knowledge of rap and his peaceful presence to his management role.

Nilo is Mosaic's Senior Routesetter, Coach, and Content Creator.  Nilo has been climbing  for over ten years and coaching for over five years. As a teenager, he fell in love with the lifestyle and community of climbing, leading him to Compete in Youth and Adult National and international championship events. During quarantine, Nilo climbed his first v13. Nilo is focused on pushing his boundaries and helping others do the same.


Dallas is Mosaic's Assistant General Manager and Senior Routesetter. He spent most of his youth on a climbing team traveling and competing around the world, and has
spent the past 11 years working as a professional routesetter. He has a degree in visual communication design and views routesetting as a professional design practice. He blends his love for climbing, skateboarding, music and good vibes into everything he puts on to the wall.

Why Mosaic?


"A combination of diverse elements forming a more or less coherent whole."

We think of the climbing community as a unique kind of mosaic, a collection of diverse individuals from all walks of life who come together to make something special and uniquely beautiful. We picked this name because it puts what matters most in climbing - the community - at the center of our identity. 

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