Our Mission, and more
Welcome to climbing. Welcome to Adrenaline Climbing!
Family owned and operated, Nathan, Arian, and the rest of the crew, hope you will feel at home here from Day One. That's the center of our Mission to share our love of climbing. We are committed to providing an excellent experience at a great price, a warm and friendly welcome to all, and a safe climbing environment. We hope the quality and amount of climbing here will "Wow!" you every time. Come on in and climb with us!
We're perfect for newcomers to the sport.
Adults and children alike can experience the challenge, fun, and safety of indoor rock climbing. Simply walk-in and climb independently after a 15-minute belay orientation. Or, if you prefer, may we recommend you rely on our professional coaches to belay and guide you? During ClimbTime our coaches will encourage and assist you, as well as handle the ropes.
At Adrenaline Climbing we maintain a rigorous route management plan. Boulder problems are removed and replaced with fresh, clean holds every two months. We craft boulder problems from VB(eginner) to V9. Also, we place a wide variety of extra holds on bouldering areas so that climbers can design their own problems. We set routes ranging from the 5.6 to the 5.13 level. Almost all routes between 5.8 and 5.11 offer the option of both toprope and lead climbing. Our route management system requires that routes and boulder problems are replaced every 6 to 12 weeks (depending on the level of difficulty; feel free to ask for more information on the route management program).
We are committed to keeping Adrenaline Climbing equipped with everything a climber could ask for. We've recently added a killer TreadWall! Intensify your finger strength on our hangboard station and campus board. Nicros "Pump Rocks" are hanging from our pull-up bar; and you should ask to use the inversion boots for a killer ab workout. We also set training circuits designed to dramatically improve technique, endurance, and route reading skills.
If you have a special group or training goal, please let us know. We are excited about working together to design exactly the right program for you or your group. We're always listening!
Awards & Recognition
2012: Best of 2012: Kudzu, 5 Star Rating!
2012: Excellence in Customer Satisfaction (3 Years in a Row!): Talk of the Town News, 4.5 Star Rating
2012: Best of Suwanee: Instruction, Camps, & Services: Suwanee Award Program Committee
2012: 3rd Place Golden Toothbrush Award: Access Fund
2011: Best of Suwanee Award: Camps and Services: U.S. Commerce Association
2011: Best Place for a Kid's Party: Inside Gwinnett Magazine
2011: Excellence in Customer Satisfaction: Talk of the Town News, 4 Star Rating!
2010: 2nd Place, Golden Toothbrush Award: Access Fund
2010: Best Family Activity: Gwinnett Magazine
2010: Best Kids' Party Place in Atlanta: Nickelodeon Parents' Pick Award
2010: Excellence in Customer Satisfaction: Talk of the Town News
2010: Best Instruction School, Camp, & Services: Best of Suwanee
2009: 1st Place, Golden Toothbrush Award: Access Fund
(The most volunteer service of any climbing team in America ! Go A-Team !
2009: Best Summer Camp in Atlanta: Nickelodeon Parents' Pick Award
2009: Southeastern Region Team Champions: USA Climbing
2008: 2nd Place, Golden Toothbrush Award: Access Fund
2008: Best Family Activity: Gwinnett Magazine
2008: Best Place to Take the Kids: Gwinnett Magazine
2008: Best Indoor Playspace for Teens in Atlanta:Nickelodeon Parents' Pick Award
2007: Best Summer Camp: Accent Gwinnett Magazine
2007: Best Kids Places: Accent Gwinnett Magazine
2007: Best Kids Birthday Parties: Accent Gwinnett Magazine
2007: Best Place to take the Kids: Gwinnett Magazine
2006: Favorite Kids Party Place: Inside Gwinnett Magazine
2006: Favorite Rock Climbing Place: Inside Gwinnett Magazine
2006: Favorite Summer Camp: Inside Gwinnett Magazine
2006: Best Place for Rock Climbing: Silver Medal: Atlanta Sports and Fitness
2006: Best Place for Family Activity: Bronze Medal: Atlanta Sports and Fitness
2005: Favorite Kids Party Place: Inside Gwinnett Magazine
2005: Favorite Rock Climbing Place: Inside Gwinnett Magazine
2005: Best School Field Trip: Gwinnett Magazine
Adrenaline Climbing: The Numbers
- 12,500 sq. feet of Climbing Surface
- 25 ft. high Climbing Walls
- Up to 70 ft. long Roof Routes
- 80 Climbing Routes
- 150 Boulder Problems
- 2500 sf. surface, 15-18 ft. high, Top-out Boulder Island
- 30 Top Rope Stations
- 6000 sq. foot Amphitheater Cave, set for bouldering and lead climbing
- 1000 sf. Mezzanine Level
- 2 Private Party Lounges
- 1 KidZone with 100s of books, games, arts and crafts
- 22 ft. long, 12 ft. high Slide
- 2 Rappel Stations
- 11 ft. high TreadWall for 1 million minutes of continuous climbing
- 17 ft. high Campus Board
- 5 Sick Hangboards
- 1 Pull-up Bar with hanging "Pump Rocks" and Inversion Boots
- Atop the boulder: 2 ghetto sofas and 1 Pirate's wheel
- 1 Ball Python, named Liana
- On any given day, countless members' dogs and rascal the cat!
Adrenaline Climbing Logos (for our partners)