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I don't think that architecture is only about shelter, is only about a very simple enclosure. It should be able to excite you, to calm you, to make you think.

Events

Boulders for Buddies - May 14th

Join us for a day of DOGS, CATS, climbing, beer, pizza… holy smokes it sounds amazing already.

BY
Leah Wzientek
April 15, 2019
What's New

Reel Rock - Honest Review

Spoilers may be below - you’ve been warned! Reel Rock has been worked into my yearly film watching routine, and the last several years, I’ve felt a little let down. As I’ve aged and seen climbing film after climbing film, I’m looking for the storytelling, not just the epic drone imagery of the crazy hard send that relies on a mono pocket or razor sharp crimp.

BY
Leah Wzientek
December 12, 2018
Community Posts

5 Holiday Gift Giving Ideas - Climber Edition

It's that time of year when you can't get Mariah Carey's "All I want for Christmas, is youuuuuuu" out of your head. (You're welcome). It's also time to start thinking about the best gifts to gift your best pals, which also tend to be your favorite climbing partners.

BY
Leah Wzientek
April 9, 2019
Gym Offerings

Small Business Saturday 2020

Join us in celebrating Small Businesses this Saturday - and take $50 off your annual membership here at BaseCamp! And while you’re at it, don’t forget to shop local for your other needs and gifts: support your favorite coffee shops, restaurants, local retailers and artists. This year, shopping small means even more than ever as you directly support the businesses that give Reno it’s flair and personality!

BY
Leah Wzientek
July 22, 2019
Events

Parties & Events Affected by Coronavirus Crisis

We have all been adjusting to working remotely, transitioning to online classes and starting homeschooling. We’re scheduling “visits” with family via Zoom and having “live” wine tastings and dance parties. Unfortunately, some things aren’t as adaptable to an internet platform, like climbing birthday parties.

BY
Leah Wzientek
April 15, 2019
Community Posts

Stay Home Stay Sendy

Social distancing and self-quarantine are what is on everyone’s mind right now.... and yes, that may mean not only avoiding the gyms with their closures, but your favorite destination crags as well. Traveling and using resources outside of your local community can have high consequences during the COVID 19 pandemic. Many climbing destinations have limited medical services and one or two smaller amenity stores. Let's all consider the health and well beings of our climbing communities and the small towns that support our passions year round. Stay home to train, the rocks will be there when we get back!

BY
Leah Wzientek
April 9, 2019