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routes set for you

Our routes are set for all ability levels, proportions, and style preferences. Whether one is looking to have fun with friends, climbing for exercise, training for outdoor climbing, or preparing for competition—we’ve got routes that are just right for you.

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Meet the crew

Routesetters are a unique mix of an industrial athlete, craftsman, artisan, choreographer, and product designer. They are well-versed in a variety of climbing and movement styles. They constantly evolve the craft as the needs of our community change and welcome your feedback.

Duncan Goff

Head Routesetter

Duncan finds flow in setting routes that are adventurous, thoughtful, and most of all—fun! He enjoys creating situations where people can express themselves through movement. He takes inspiration from outdoor crags, near and far, and does not define himself by discipline. Duncan has been fortunate to work with a variety of experienced routesetters and tends to borrow ideas from indoor climbs that he has enjoyed. Pursuing his passion for climbing was the reason why Duncan moved to Colorado in 2015, and he has been with Movement ever since. When Duncan is resting from climbing, he loves to snowboard, play video games, and spend time with his wife and cats.

Rylan Marshall

“Lord Midnight” 

 Like all great things, Rylan believes that climbing is a multi-faceted endeavor. He draws from the subtle undertones of the natural world, time signatures within music, and the complexities of abstract art to derive his unique setting style. His passion within setting is to find the moment of balance between something practiced and something instinctual. The goal being to create climbs that are not simply fun or physical but offer a challenge for the climber to surmount. His routes and boulders begin with the structure of holds and well-known terrain, but the true magic of route setting for him happens when he starts to improvise an idea on the wall. Rylan strongly believes that a great route is a catalyst for the climber to be able to express themselves on the wall; each person using their body and how they read the movement to unlock the mystery of the climb. His many years of setting high-level competitions for youth and adults give him perspective and experience to craft complex and intriguing climbs for the gym’s population to enjoy. While climbing is what Rylan spends much of his time focused on, he also enjoys long runs with his wife, lengthy conversations about pack and gear efficiency, and making music, specifically ambient post-doom drones. 

Carolina Corredor

Carolina has been a routesetter with Movement since moving out to Colorado back in the Fall of 2018. As a 5′ 0, Hispanic female, she saw a need for diversity in climbing and pursued a career within the field of setting. Her passion for climbing began very quickly after first being introduced to the sport in the mountains of North Carolina. She loves to create routes which introduce climbers to movement, technique, and head to toe tension. When not setting, you can find Carolina somewhere in Colorado’s crags, disc golfing, or creating art.


  • Who is on my Setting Team?

    Each of our regions has a setting team of 4 to 16 setters. Above you can see our head setter and we’re working on getting the rest of the team to feature here. If you see your head setter please say “hi” and introduce yourself.

  • How do I know what is being set next?

    We post our route setting schedule every two weeks. The goal with the setting schedule is to communicate where our team will be setting so you know which zones will be closed and where to look for your new climbs.

  • What days can I expect the setting team to be working?

    Typically, our team sets weekdays 9am-4pm.

  • How long does it take to set a climb?

    Each setter will build between 3-6 boulders in 4 hours then group into smaller forerunning teams for about 2-3 hours and calibrate the climbs to ensure all challenges are grade-appropriate and adjust for quality & accessibility for a spectrum of climber types.

  • How does the setting team grade climbs?

    The day will begin with our Head Setter mapping out the intended grades for each of the climbs for the day. Once the first draft is complete which we call a ‘Skeleton’ we will have the primary setter forerun the climb and adjust any movements and swap out holds to get us closer to the intended grade. Our primary goal is to ensure the climbing movement meets our quality criteria then ensure we are hitting our mark with the grade. We will have at least one other setter forerun and make adjustments to the climb. The setting team will have a conversation about the grade and place our consensus in KAYA.

  • Why are there sometimes no grades on the climbs?

    If the grade is above 5.9 or V2, we might not place a grade on the climbs. The reason is to not distract climbers by what you conceive about a specific grade. Our hope is you will preview the climb and determine if it’s a good fit and attempt the climb on its terms. We are also looking for your input on the grade and quality of the climb. You can share your thoughts on the KAYA app which the setting team checks regularly.

  • Why does this set of new climbs feel easier/harder compared to the last set?

    It could feel easier because the holds are clean with fresh texture. It could feel harder because you have not gained the muscle memory just yet. Each climb is unique and could be presenting a unique challenge that might fit your skillset or be out of your routine climbing movement. Either way, we appreciate your input and hope that you share on KAYA so our setting team can better understand what you desire so we can make every climb a uniquely positive experience.

  • Where do I report a spinning hold?

    If you find a hold that moves or seems loose, let the front desk know and they will get the info to the setting team to fix it.

  • How do I get into routesetting?

    We have a company opportunity page where we post all new employment opportunities. As a department we are looking for passionate climbers who are curious about exploring movement and designing appropriate challenges for our gym users. Keep an eye out for a community event called ‘Setting with the Setters’ where our setting team provides a guided experience of what our team does to create new climbs.

  • What is the minimum climbing ability for a routesetter?

    We have found that climbing at least V4 or 5.11+ is essential to meet the demands of forerunning each work day and basic understanding of movement. If you are not there yet and have interest please share your interest to your local head setter. They might be able to guide you to become a contender for our apprenticeship program.

  • Does our gym have an apprenticeship program?

    We have training for newly hired seasoned setters but our apprentice program is designed to take a new setter who has limited or no experience and mentor them through a 3+ month program. We encourage motivated individuals to apply because we have a system to train you to become a great setter.