UPDATE: May 21, 2020
The governor announced that North Carolina is moving on to Phase 2, unfortunately gyms are now not a part of Phase 2 as was originally promised. Because of this, we will not be able to reopen as soon as we had hoped. We will be sending out a more detailed update to all members via email on May 22, 2020. If you haven’t been getting our update emails, please scroll to the bottom of our website and fill out the member change form to update contact information.
We will be opening our retail area again for weekly retail hours:
For any retail needs email [email protected]
Based on Covid-19 (Coronavirus) guidelines posted by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Inner Peaks has decided that it is in the best interest of our community to temporarily close to the public, effective March 16 – TBD.
This was not an easy decision. In fact, this is the hardest decision we have made in 22 years of business. We understand that climbing is a big part of our member’s lives. But in the current situation, we feel that a temporary closure is the safest next step in protecting the health and well-being of our members, guests, and employees.
We will monitor changes to CDC and NCHHS guidelines and continue to post updates on our social media.
During the closure, we will conduct a deep and thorough cleaning, and research additional sanitation measures for the long term.
All instruction and programming that was scheduled during this two-week closure will be contacted for options on rescheduling and refunding.
Members and Youth Team: Pro-rated credits for the two-week closure will automatically be applied to your April billing. You do not need to contact the gym or do anything to receive the credit.
Any changes to our policies will be communicated on our website and via email.
If we are forced to remain closed past, April 1, your billing will be suspended, and frozen members will not be billed a freeze fee.
If you have any questions please reach out via email to our business director, Danielle, at [email protected].
We know some of you will be disappointed by our closure, but we ask for your understanding as we respond to this health crisis. We will continue to monitor the extent of our closure on a day by day basis and keep in touch with you every step of the way. Please remember to be kind to one another and wash your hands frequently. We look forward to seeing you soon.