Covid-19

Updated 03.05.2021

Due to local restrictions from Bergen commune, our organized children and youth groups are cancelled in the period from April 20th - May 3rd. These will start again from Tuesday May 4th. People of all ages are still allowed to come and train on their own.

Otherwise, national regulations are eased (from April 16th), meaning that we can now allow also customers living outside Bergen commune. In addition, the recommendation for distance to others is now once again 1 m. This means that our capacity is higher than it was during the Easter period. However, the infection rate in Bergen remained relatively high, and new local restrictions may be introduced on short notice, therefore we will continue with booking of training time in advance.

The most important rules are still the following:

  • Stay at home if you are sick or in quarantine
  • Keep your distance to others, now minimum 1 m
  • Practice hand hygiene before and after climbing, and especially if you use the café

FHI recommends to wear face masks indoors in public places where distance cannot be maintained. It has been specified that this should not be necessary in gyms, BUT PLEASE REMEMBER TO KEEP YOUR DISTANCE!

Due to infection tracing, we need to have control of everyone who has been here. When you book, you need to register your name, phone number and e-mail address. When you arrive at the gym, both people with a membership card and drop-in customers need to register at the reception. 

Equipment in the training room needs to be sprayed with disinfectant and wiped down after use. Keep your distance also here.

If you bring children, it is your responsibility that they wash their hands and keep distance to other people.

The locker rooms remain open, but please remember to keep your distance to others also here, and spray with disinfectant and wipe off your locker after use. 

Climbing pub:

Due to national rules with no serving of alcohol after 10pm and only to customers that are also eating, the climbing pub will take a break until these regulations change.