Indoor Rock Climbing in Beijing

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O'LE is Beijing's largest rock climbing gym. Find directions and contact information for O'LE here.

Indoor Rock Climbing in Beijing

If you have been looking for a bit of fun indoors this summer season, then you might want to check out O’LE CLIMBING (奥莱攀岩 àoláipānyán). Climbers pay 50RMB ($7USD) per session, and you can stay as many hours as you like in one session (or as long as it takes before your muscles begin spazing out). If you plan on going regularly, then you can also purchase their discount packages (something like 50 tickets for 38RMB, each ticket). There are other deals, so be sure to inquire at the desk. I was told that this is the largest indoor rock-climbing center in Beijing. It is pretty far from Wudaoko, but it is definitely worth making the trip. O’LE is clean and well kept, and the staff are friendly. There is a free-climb wall (I don’t know the “correct” term for this, but you don’t use a harness), and they have a wall where you have a spotter and you do wear a harness. There is also several different brand name climbing shoes that you can purchase there, for both men and women. Plus, there is additional gear as well. Aside from rock-climbing, there is a tight rope, ping pong tables, and a snack bar. Out side there is a soccer field.

Address:

北京市朝阳区东西环中路百子湾桥东石门村路5号。

No.5 Shimen Cun Road, Baizi Wan Bridge East,

East 4th Ring Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing.

Tel: 67764705

www.oleclimbing.com

Show the taxi driver the Chinese character address. If you would like to take the subway then make your way to Line 1 going east, towards the Guomao Subway Station (国贸地铁站). Stay on the subway to pass Guomao and exit at Dawanglu Station (大望路站). Make your way out of the subway station and cross the street, going under the bridge to get to the bus station. If memory serves me correctly, you are going to take bus #495 to get to OLE (there is also a bus #31, but I don’t think that’s the one you take to get to OLE). I don’t remember which bus stop OLE it is at, so just give them a call and ask them for the name of the bus stop, and double check that you are supposed to take bus #495.

I hope this post is helpful to you! Enjoy the climb!

Francine Mireles

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Beijing, China, Extreme Sports, Rock Climbing, Travel

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author avatar Jiabao
24th Jul 2011 (#)

Ol'e is just great! Good bouldering gym and really nice people. I really enjoy it.

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author avatar O'le Climbing Team
28th Jan 2012 (#)

For up-to-date information on O'le Climbing events, prices, and accurate directions, please visit www.ole-sports.com.

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