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 Upper Limits is the premier climbing gym in the St. Louis Area. They have 4 total locations:  Downtown St. Louis, Maryland Heights, Chesterfield, and Bloomington IL. Upper Limits Maryland Heights is the home gym for Tragur. We climb with them multiple times a week, and are a sponsor for the youth climbing team. The staff is knowledgeable, helpful, and super friendly. It’s a positive environment, and family friendly. We love Upper Limits, and know you will too. Please hit up the Pro Shop at the Maryland Heights location for our newest Tragur gear, and anything else you may need. Tell the manager, Emily we love the support!

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Apex climbing gym is in Overland Park, KS. It’s a great place to get in some practice, and full of climbers who are super supportive. They also have a Ninja Warrior area that is world class. Seriously, they have a full sized warped wall, and the biggest salmon ladder we’ve ever seen. Not to mention the other obstacles they continuously change around to keep fresh. The gym is built on the principle that “exercise should be fun and bring friends and family closer together”. When you step in the door, it’s obvious that they mean it. Say hi to Phil, the owner. He’s probably there climbing right along with the members.  They offer Tragur gear as well.  

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 Epic is located in Indianapolis, IN. They have 50 ft walls with super cool sets. The atmosphere is absolutely great. The members are helpful and friendly, and the staff is personable and fun. The Director of Operations, Scott, has climbed all over the world and it shows. He has done a great job creating a fun and positive environment. You’ll probably catch him and his wife climbing right along with everyone else, and having a blast doing it. Just to make sure you climb at your very best, they have free coffee! Seriously. So, enjoy a cup of java, and check out the Tragur gear they offer.

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 Horseshoe Canyon Ranch is located in Jasper, AR. If you have never been, you are missing some of the very best sport climbing in the mid-west. There are an unbelievable number of sport routes, and many have perma-draws, so you don’t even have to spend time cleaning. The sand stone walls provide lots of lower level routes, so it’s a great family climbing destination. The scenery is amazing. Enjoy your send with a breath taking view of the canyon, complete with roaming horses and goats. We love HCR and make a trip every chance we get. Technically, HCR is a dude ranch that also offers climbing, but we think they have it backwards; It’s one of the very best sport climbing locations around, and there are some folks horse riding too. Please make the trip, and check out the store for some Tragur clothing.   

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 Old Mountains Gear Exchange is located in Webster Groves, MO. They offer new and used gear for almost every outdoor activity and their prices are outstanding. Greg is the owner, and he’ll personally help you find the gear that is right for your next adventure. He’s done just about everything and is an excellent resource for advice. Old Mountains Gear Exchange is a great place to drop in and see what deals are available. They offer a full line of Tragur gear.  

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First Ascent Avondale is a premier gym in the heart of Chicago. The gym is a climber’s paradise: big locker rooms, 60 ft Sport walls, huge bouldering area, classes, cool sets, and plenty of staff to help out. Cheech, the head setter, does a great job of mixing up the difficulty ratings on the sets. No matter your skill level, they have something to challenge you. No trip to Chicago is complete without a day at First Ascent. Say Hi to Robin, the Retail Manager. She’ll be there having fun, and making you feel welcome.  First Ascent Avondale has been a great partner for Tragur.  They currently sell the Tragur Crux Pants and have been a huge supporter of growing our brand. 

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Miguel’s Rock Climbing Shop at the Red is located at 1960 Natural Bridge Rd in Slade Kentucky, which is right in the heart of Red River Gorge Climbing. The name is slightly misleading. Miguel’s is a pizza shop, campground, & premium gear shop. Best of all, it’s the ultimate place to hang out when climbing Red River Gorge. The location is beautiful, and every member of the staff knows the area and loves climbing. Miguel’s is an area icon, and if you’ve climbed the Red, you’ve probably been there. If you haven’t, you’re missing out. The gear shop is huge and has absolutely everything to make your trip successful. The staff can help with technical questions, or just give advice on a good place to climb based on your skill level. Miguel’s offers a line of Tragur Clothing to ensure you have a great time at the Red. 

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Crimper’s Climbing Gym is located in Christiansburg, VA. The owners, Danielle and John, are extremely active climbers. They both compete and never seem to miss an opportunity to climb. They are incredibly nice and support the sport of climbing with every breath. They promote their gym as a place to learn, practice, train and perform the sport of climbing. Danielle is nothing short of exceptional on the boulder and has insane power. She is an inspiration for young female climbers, and loves to share her knowledge and passion for the sport. If you have the chance to meet them or visit the gym, take advantage. Crimper’s Climbing currently offers the Crux Pants and custom Goblin Shirts with the Crimper's Logo.   

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 The Bouldering Garden is in Columbia MO. It’s the ultimate workout Crag. Don’t let the size of the facility fool you. They have a huge pro shop, and more boulder problems jammed in to their space than you can imagine. Beware, their ratings are sandbagged, so check your ego at the door. Marcus, the owner, is an avid climber and wants the routes to represent what you’ll find outside. He’s climbed everywhere you can think of, and is an excellent resource for anything climbing related. The gym is full of regulars who are more than welcoming to a new face. They’ll help you with everything from reading a route to developing technique.