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Nice gym! Been coming here a little over half a year now. Please ignore the harsh one star reviews below. I have no problem with the staff being rude and I find the place pretty tidy. One time-pass is pricey but you can get a one-month's pass with unlimited climbs, so it can be cheap if you want it to be. Lots of routes to choose from and they put in new ones from time to time. It's considered one of the biggest bouldering gym in Hong Kong standard. The best is to just come and see for yourself to get a feel of the place before deciding hey!
Cool gym equipment and spacious although the safety is concerning. One of the walls shake, walls are too tall meanwhile the mattresses are hard. Holds are very confusing because of how dirty and black they are. Most of the routes are the same with just bring vertical consistently.
I was here for an introduction into Bouldering with a friend. GoNature seems to be well organized, although my friend did never receive a confirmation of his online booking.
We had a private instructor for roughly 1h who explained us the basics: safety, basic moves, etc. At the end, we could try ourselves on the different available walls.
Not sure if showers are available - also there is limited room for changing clothes (2 cabins with curtain).
Not the best bouldering gym I've visited. Staff are friendly and compared to other bouldering gyms in HK it is a good size. The price for a single visit, 188 bucks, is the most I've ever paid to get into a climbing venue and it definitely doesn't feel like I get my money's worth here. It's quite common to not know where a rout ends or to not be able to complete something that is a grade you can do elsewhere.
A bit confusing as there isn't a clear layout of the rocks. Also might get a bit busy sometimes. Overall not too bad.