Indoor Rock Climbing At Aviator features the tallest rock wall in Brooklyn
Rock Climbing participants offers challenges for beginners, intermediate, and advanced climbers. Climbers are harnessed by staff and lowered to safety.
- Sign up is first come, first-serve and a session may reach capacity. There are no reservations and the times may change due to other activities. Two climb sessions are held during open climb times.
- Ages – All sessions listed are for ages 5 and over.
- Climbers must be wearing sneakers.
*The Rock Wall closes periodically for parties and groups. Please call Customer Service at 718-758-7500 with any questions regarding scheduling.
*Aviator Day Pass offers UNLIMITED rock wall climbing, ice skating, sky jump, and more at a discounted rate.
Indoor Rock Climbing Information
Dates & Times
Friday 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Saturday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Sunday 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
Non-members: $12.00 per person
Members: $10.80 per person
Introduction to Rock Climbing
Challenge, adventure, triumph, pride, and teamwork – The “Aviator Rock” is a symbol of reaching new heights, from the moment you enter the complex. At 35 feet high, it is among the tallest indoor rock climbing walls in NYC and another “Best of Brooklyn” for Aviator.
From team-building and adventure-based field trips to personal fitness, the rock wall offers a variety of challenges for beginner, intermediate, and advanced rock climbers.
Whether it’s own activity or as part of the Aviator Day Pass or if it’s the focal point of your next birthday party, scaling the aviator rock wall climbing is a thrilling and unique activity to try in Brooklyn.
Guided by experienced staff, the rock wall is staffed by trained belayers to make rock wall climbing safe for everyone.
Our indoor rock wall has four different rock climbing paths with each introducing their own unique set of challenges.
Rock climbing is at its least difficult from the far left of the wall with a straight shot up the rock wall with easy gripping for newcomers, it is the recommended start for the neophytes.
As you move further to the right of the rock wall, the more difficult it becomes with narrower grips and bends.
The third path from the right is the one of most resistance with the wall protruding outwards towards the top, pushing your rock climbing skills to their absolute limit. It’s a true test of upper body strength and conditioning, only for the most experienced.
The final path to the wall is a different beast, making you navigate sideways in order to slowly work your way to the top.