Inner Peaks Climbing Crown Point
Their new Matthews location is great. It looks like they are still building some new walls so I'm looking forward to that. They have a huge bouldering area. The exercise room is a big improvement over the old Monroe Rd location. It's a great place for the family.
Amazing facility with an amazing staff! Absolutely love this place and it's fun for the whole family!
The new location is a clear upgrade from the old crown point location. Plenty of parking outside. The inside seems to be designed for bouldering mostly, but there are some vertical walls and auto belays as well. The south end location is clearly the place to go for rope climbing though. The weight gym and training area are very nice as well.
Definitely worth a visit. (Long detailed review below) Two awesome bouldering caves, some good slabs, and even a comp wall. Not quite as much wall space as South End, but very unique problems. The bouldering walls are slightly higher than South End. Top rope is decent but not on par with South End. The walls are shorter than the walls at South End, about as tall as they were at the Crownpointe location. Lead is almost non-existant. This will change once the expansion is completed (no word on when that will be, at least they haven't told me ). Sweet loft area with campus and tension boards. The loft has a nice view of the bouldering area. Yoga studio and workout room on par with South End. Dumbbells, barbells, squat rack, benches, medicine balls, pull-up bars, dip bars, treadmill, bicycle machine thing. No rings or finger boards that I have seen. Extra: The good - There are parking spots available! Much more parking than South End has! Also good - The bouldering comp wall is very unique (as of this writing). Also good - Seems to be less crowded than South End, even on opening week. The bad - The bouldering mats are honestly... Pretty awful... Downclimb or risk bussing a knee. Hopefully they will sure over time (?) or add mats that are actually soft on top. Also bad - If you're mainly a rope climber, it's still worth a visit, but you'll probably want to stick to South End.
Fun routes, friendly staffs:)