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  1. Indoor climbing doesn't need to be painful, and at the Brooklyn Boulders Climbing Gym, it's actually a fun experience! This climbing gym definitely has a hipper vibe than most, so expect lots of tattoos, and take in the funky graffiti in the building.

    3 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    10.6 miles
    1-4 hours
  2. While it's hard to find outdoor climbing in the city, there are some hidden gems uptown. Grab your bouldering pad and head to High Bridge Park, Fort Tryon Park or Inwood Hills Park to explore!

    3 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    6.6 miles
    1-5 hours
  3. There aren't many places to climb outside in the middle of the city, but if you head to Central Park, you can tackle a few classic bouldering problems that have been around for 30 years.

    2 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    7.9 miles
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