Rock climbers find their paradise in West Loop

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CHICAGO -- It’s 25,000 square feet of a rock climber’s paradise.

Leading, top roping, bouldering: Climbing terms Amy Rutledge learned this week, but routes fans of the sport will be happy to find lining the walls of Brooklyn Boulders, the city’s newest and largest indoor climbing facility located in the West Loop.

If climbing isn’t your thing, there are dozens of classes and equipment to get the whole family fit, local artwork showcased throughout the facility, and a place to boost your productivity and fitness in the soon-to-open active collaborative workshop.

Here, there really are no excuses.

To learn more about Brooklyn Boulders, visit their Web site. 

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