Lisbon’s Rock Climbing Gyms (Rocodromos)

There's a growing number of choices for rock climbers to train inside Lisbon, and Atlas helped bring one of them to life!

Updated March 1, 2023

Rock climbing on real rock around Lisbon is easy enough, especially if you have a car (read our guides Part 1 and Part 2), but in recent years several dedicated climbing gyms have popped up as well, including two that have roped routes for sport climbing. In addition to training, these rock climbing centers typically offer equipment rentals and sales, instruction, outdoor excursions, and, at the good ones, a community.

In alphabetical order, here they are (or scroll down for a map overview):

Note: Climbing gym opening hours and prices occasionally change, verify them with the gym to avoid surprises.


Belavista Retail Park, Estr. de Paço de Arcos 39, 2735-308 Agualva-Cacém

Indoor Roped and Bouldering. “14 meter high, 600m² floor & 1000m² of climbing surface. We have set today more than 60 routes and boulder problems and 50 more should be created by September.”

Mon-Fri 14h – 22h, Sat 10h – 18h; Sun and holidays 10h – 18h

12€ day pass, 59€ per month, 480€ per year, with discounts available

Transport: Train to Estação Agualva-Cacém (Linha de Sintra); Bus (Vimeca lines) 22, 23, 112, 140, 170, 170B

Contact:, +351 214 261 039,


Rua Nossa Senhora da Conceição, 3, 2790 – 111 Carnaxide

Indoor Bouldering

Mon-Fri 10h-22h; Sat, Sun and holidays 09h-19h

Prices: 8€ day pass

Transport: Bus 714, 751, 748, 750, 751

Contact:, +351 911 081 722,


R. António Bravo 4B, 2785-543 São Domingos de Rana  

Indoor Bouldering, with 250 m2

Mon-Fri 12h-22h, Sat, Sun and holidays 10h-18h

7€ day pass, 55€ per month, with discounts available

Transport: Cascais train line to Carcavelos, then bus M21 or 463 bus, or Cascais train line to Oeiras and bus 467; other train/bus combos

Contact:, +351 211 514 161,

Escala 25

Avenida da Índia, Pilar 7 da Ponte 25 de Abril, 1349-028, Lisboa

Outdoor Roped and Bouldering, 12m height, around 450 sq m, dozens of top-rope and lead routes, including on Portugal’s first artificial climbing arch, auto-belays (for solo visitors) 

Mon 14h – 21h, Tuesday through Thursday 10h – 21h, Friday 10h – 20h, Sat – Sun 10h-18h

9.50-12€ day pass with re-entry, 65€ per month, 585€ per year, with discounts available

This is Lisbon’s most central climbing gym bar none. Transport: Trains: Alcántara-Mar (Cascais-Cais do Sodré line), Alcântara-Terra; Lisbon Buses 713, 714, 724, 727, 728, 760, 773, others; TST (Transtejo) Buses 153, 159, 160, 176, 207, others; Gira bike-sharing (with 10-15 minute bike rides to ferry and train terminals at Belem and Cais do Sodré, which for now is also the closest metro – more stations coming soon). More transport details, on a map, here.

Contact:, +351 964 129 244,

Full disclosure: Atlas founders are also co-founders of Escala 25.

Lisbon’s first and only climbing arch at Escala25 in Alcântara

9.8 Gravity Climbing Lisbon

Av. Severiano Falcão 3B, 2685-379 Prior Velho, Portugal

Indoor Bouldering, 600 sq m

Daily, 10-23h

10€, 63€ monthly, with discounts available

A well-run, friendly bouldering center with the most wall space in Lisbon, and a very nice cafe to boot.

Transport: Metro: Aeroporto, Encarnação; Bus: 783, 725, 781, 783, 2790, 2734, 2735, 2736, 2795; Train:

Contact:, +351 21 941 3900,

Rocódromo do Areeiro (Federação de Campismo e Montanhismo de Portugal)

Rua João da Silva 1900-271 Lisbon, Portugal


For information about pricing, hours, wall features, and more, the FCMP requests that you send an email from their FB page with your questions. 

Transport: Train: Roma-Areeiro; Lisbon Metro: Areeiro; Lisbon Bus: 720, 756; TST (Transtejo) Bus 161

Contact:, +351 218 126 890,

Vertical Wall

Rua de Angola, Edifício Lobo, 1º Frente 2620-493 Olival do Basto, Portugal

Indoor Bouldering, walls up to 4.5 m high

Mon-Fri, 14h-22h, Sat 11h-19h, Sun 14h-19h

7€ day pass, 60€ monthly

Transport: Metro: Senhor Roubado Metro Station, Bus 736

Contact:, +351 21 937 3030,


Avenida Infante D. Henrique, Edíficio Beira Rio, Fracção S, 1950-408 Lisbon

Indoor Bouldering, 420m2

10h-11h, Sat 10h-20h, Sun and holidays 10h-18h

9€ for 2h session, 58€ monthly, 522€ annual, with discounts available

Transport: Train: Estação Braço de Prata; Bus 728, 755, 781

Contact:, +351 211 320 947, +351 967 890 179,

Further out from Lisbon, there are also In Wall in Setubal and Muro de escalada ATV in Torres Vedras.

Related: Where to Buy Rock Climbing Gear in Lisbon

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