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Running a climbing gym can be a challenging task, but with Clift, you can simplify your operations and gain valuable insights. Clift walls are designed to measure usage of routes, modes, and more, while keeping climbers' data safe and private. The anonymous tracking technology used in Clift Metrics provides a comprehensive view of your gym, so you can make informed decisions that help your business grow.

At Clift, we believe in providing the best tools and metrics to help gym owners succeed. The unique value of Clift Metrics lies in its ability to give you a complete picture of what's happening in your gym. All data is automatically tracked, so you don't have to waste time manually collecting information. With Clift Metrics, you get a precise overview of your gym's usage patterns, peak times, and more.

"You have all the tools to make informed decisions and run a connected and successful climbing gym business."

In addition to providing valuable insights, Clift Metrics also helps you save time and effort. With all data easily accessible in one place, you can quickly identify areas for improvement and make necessary changes. Whether you're looking to optimize your route setting, improve customer satisfaction, or simply gain a better understanding of your business, Clift Metrics is the solution you need.

With the Clift advanced tracking technology and comprehensive insights, you'll have everything you need to make informed decisions and run a connected and successful climbing gym business.

How Wall Metrics Work

All climbing sessions are tracked and analyzed by Clift Sensors installed behind each hold.

Handling of Data

Clift walls are connected to the cloud through a secure encrypted connection. The climbing sessions are stored in an anonymous manner and can be accessed by Clift Owners through the Clift Admin Dashboard at or through the monthly Gym Report email.

Included Metrics in Clift Gym Insights

1. Total Climbs, Total Climb Time and Top Setter The Total Climbs metric includes all climbing sessions, regardless of mode (route, free, or game). The Total Climb Time is determined by the sum of all active climbing times, including all modes and calculated from the active times climbers spend climbing the wall(s). The Top Setter, as the name suggests, is the routesetter whose routes were climbed the most frequently during the selected period.

2. Top Routes The Top 10 Most Climbed Routes from the selected month are displayed in a list format. The information for each route includes: the route name, the setter's name, and the grade (using either the Font or V-Scale system). Accompanying each route is a horizontal bar chart that displays the total number of climbs for that route during the selected period.

3. Grades Climbed The Grades Climbed report lists all the grades (using either the Font or V-Scale system) climbed during the selected period. Each bar represents a specific grade and displays the total number of climbs for that grade.

4. Daily and Hourly Usage Numbers The Daily and Hourly Usage charts display the total usage time for the wall(s) over a specified time period.

5. Climb Modes The Climb Modes chart showcases the distribution of climbing modes with a visual representation of the total number of climbs in route, free, and game modes.

6. Most Popular Setters Top 8 setters are shown while the number on each vertical bar represents the number of climbs each setter had in total.

Would you like to know more about the Clift Admin Dashboard? Or curious about how Clift metrics can help take your gym's performance to the next level? Just hit us up, and we'll give you all the details.



February 28, 2023

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