Facilities

A unique centre in the heart of the Plateau Mont-Royal

Located at 4519 Papineau Avenue, on the corner of Mont-Royal Avenue, Zéro Gravité is the only indoor rock climbing and yoga centre in downtown Montreal. With its 37-foot (11.2 meters) high walls, Zéro Gravité welcomes you to try its rock climbing area, with more than 50 routes and a 14-foot (4.2 meters) high bouldering area. Its yoga room, wonderfully sunlit thanks to its large windows, should also inspire you.

Rock climbing area

Height of the walls 37 feet (11.2 meters)
Number of routes 120 routes

Bouldering area

Height of the bouldering 14 feet (4.2 meters)

Yoga studio

Surface 26′ x 41′ (98 m2)

Virtual tour

Take a virtual tour of Zéro Gravité with Google 360.

 

The story behind this crazy adventure

Zéro Gravité-enseigne

During the summer of 2012, after a memorable rock climbing trip, three friends decided to continue their adventure by joining their passions for rock climbing, wellness and healthy eating.

The idea led them to a rather unique project: a rock climbing and yoga centre. One year later, Zéro Gravité was born in the old Bingo Mont-Royal building, and it was the beginning of a great adventure! The three partners are now progressing, breath by breath, on the route leading to Zéro Gravité, a rock climbing and yoga centre for everyone in the heart of downtown. Zéro Gravité is all about the environment, healthy living and the sharing of experiences… just like its three founders.

The short story of this big building that was almost abandonned

Built in 1921 by United Theater, the 4519 begins its journey as an auditorium, and then becomes a silent movie theater. In 1977, it was twinned and started showing adult films. In 1982, it was briefly known as the Cinema X. Later, it hosts the Bingo Mont-Royal, until 1997.

We’re happy to give a new life to this great building, which is classified as a historic building in the Plateau Mont-Royal, while preserving its style. Between rock climbing movements and yoga postures, the 4519 will keep charming its performers.

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