Welcome to your regular compass through the dynamic landscape of the climbing industry. In each update, we distill global climbing stats, unraveling the trends, innovations, and economic currents shaping the indoor climbing industry.

Canada Statistics

Published: 13th of May, 2024 – by Tristan McCool

We compared the Canada Statistics population estimates data from Q1 2024 and compared it with our market research data from April 2024 of climbing facilities across Canada. From this data, we’ve been able to work out the distribution of gyms and assess the per-region population average in relation to the number of gyms. We also compared what facilities are offering in terms of boulder, top rope, or both/mixed. Through these metrics, we can calculate the opportunity levels for gyms in each region. If you’re looking to build a climbing gym in Canada.. Check out our infographic below to see how each of the main regions stacks up:

Singapore Statistics

Published: 2nd of April, 2024 – by Tristan McCool

We compared the Singapore Statistics population data from 2023 and compared it with our market research data from March 2024 of climbing gyms across Singapore. From this data, we’ve been able to work out the distribution of gyms across regions and assess the per-region population average in relation to the number of gyms. We also compared what facilities are offering in terms of boulder, top rope, lead and auto belays. Through these metrics, we can calculate the opportunity levels for gyms in each region. If you’re looking to build a climbing gym in Singapore, contact us for more in-depth info for each planning zone. Check out our infographic below to see how each of the main regions stacks up:

New Zealand Statistics

Published: 4th of March, 2024 – by Tristan McCool

We compared the Stats NZ census population data from 2018, along with their current population estimates and compared it with our market research data from March 2024 of climbing gyms across New Zealand. From this data, we’ve been able to work out the distribution of gyms across regions and assess the per-region population average in relation to the number of gyms. We also compared what facilities are offering in terms of boulder, rope climbing or mixed facilities. Through these metrics, we can calculate the opportunity levels for gyms in each region. Check out our infographic below to see how each region stacks up:

Australian Statistics

Published: 6th of February, 2024 – by Tristan McCool

We compared the Australian Burea of Statistics population data from June 2023 and compared it with our January, 2024 market research data of climbing gyms across Australia. From this data, we’ve been able to work out the distribution of gyms across states and assess the per-state population average in relation to the number of gyms. Through these metrics, we can calculate the opportunity levels for gyms in each state. Check out our infographic below to see how each state stacks up:

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