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Bouldering at Mosaic
We use a circuit system to denote the approximate difficulty of each boulder problem in the gym. Each Circuit is comprised of roughly two V grades.
Each boulder has a colored circuit tag placed next to the start hold(s).
The color of the holds does not correspond to the difficulty of the boulder.
Some boulders will have a single start hold with a single tag (1), while others will have two start holds clustered around a single tag (2).
Sometimes, there will be two start holds placed farther apart. In this case, there will be an additional "second hand" tag placed next to the additional start hold (3).
Safety & Etiquette
Help us make Mosaic a welcoming, supportive place for climbers of all levels by observing our gym's etiquette & best practices:
Keep the pads clear.
Please wait for your climb off the pads.
Please keep your belongings (phone, food, water bottles, etc.) off the pads to ensure a clear landing zone.
When on the pads, stay clear of the fall zones of all who are climbing.
Watch for crossing paths on climbs before starting on a climb.
Communicate with those around you to establish who climbs next.
Limit your attempts within your turn.
No climbing shoes in the bathroom.
No climbing barefoot.
Please treat everyone in the gym with courtesy and respect.
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