Shane started climbing with friends in 2016, debuting at Cirque the following year, and is drawn primarily to its community and fitness elements. Whether as Head Setter, Team Coach, ARC Instructor, or Desk Staff, Shane can always be relied on as a team-player and caring leader. Shane particularly excels at bringing positivity into Cirque, eagerly exploring new ideas, respecting the various backgrounds of others, and working to improve our gym with his warm energy. Shane is currently pushing his limits to become an even better setter and projecting V10s outdoors. As a Short-King, he would like everyone to remember that height is no replacement – or excuse – for good technique!
ZION, Front Desk, Assistant Head Setter
Zion began climbing in 2013 as a way to meet new people and explore the great outdoors. A classic Warehouse climber, Zion migrated over to Cirque when it opened its doors in 2016. Zion applies his skill and creativity as both a Bouldering and Ropes Setter, and offers positivity and problem solving to his other roles as Class Instructor and Desk Staff. His kindness and humility bring empathy to his work that is felt by all. Personally, Zion hopes to send his first outdoor V13 soon and continue to improve as an indoor setter. On the other side of the coin from Shane, Zion attests that being a tall climber is actually a disadvantage.
Sam’s climbing journey began with friends in 2018 while pursuing a desire to lead a more active lifestyle. He has a passion for pushing his own limits, physically and mentally, and loves encouraging friends – locally and around the world – to conquer their battles with projects in the same way. Cirque became a quick second home to Sam, and he works tirelessly to keep that culture and foster familiarity as a Setter, Instructor, and Desk Staff, striving to be his best and build up the best in those around him. His care and loyalty show in every task he undertakes, big or small, and he calmly meets everything and everyone on equal ground. As he continues to grow into his various roles at Cirque, Sam also plans to continue touring Washington with his dog, Wrigley, and eternally hopes for the Mariners to…well… you know.
Cheyenne began climbing in 2014 and landed at Cirque in 2022. One of her favorite climbing highlights are hand jams, and hand jams, and more hand jams, and she considers it a personal goal to spread the love of crack climbing whenever possible! In addition to her fun personality, Cheyenne brings extensive sport and trad climbing experience to our team. Outside Cirque, she is currently working toward becoming a stream ecologist, with her best bud/goodest pup Hayduke supporting her every step of the way!
KEEVA, Route-Setter, ARC Coach
Keeva began climbing at Warehouse Rock Gym in 2015, smoothly becoming part of the Cirque Setting team at its opening. She enjoys the flow and meditative practice of climbing, constantly seeking to share that joy and serenity through setting and ARC, passing on the lessons she has learned. Overall, Keeva’s well-rounded style sparks creativity in others, engaging the physical and mental aspects of climbing. Her technical experience includes indoor and outdoor climbing across North America, including trad, sport, and bouldering. Outside Cirque, Keeva is also an aerialist, an outdoor preschool instructor, an avid mushroom forager, and happy owner of a pet dog and rat.
Hana Hahn (she/ they) is an athlete for both Mad Rock and Organic Climbing. Having travelled extensively throughout the Western states, they have climbed multiple double digits and their favorite places to climb are Red Rock, NV; Lincoln Lake, CO; and Bishop, CA. After eight years of climbing and deciding to pull back on pushing boundaries, Hana is now coaching locally and having fun trying all the cool boulders in Squamish, Leavy, Gold Bar, Index, and Morpheus. If you’re ever outside and see a Black Lab named Denali and a loud mouthed Border Aussie named Scampi, Hana and their husband Jeremy are around!
Setting at Cirque occurs on Sunday afternoon, beginning at 2:00 PM, with fill-ins on Wednesday mornings. If you have noise sensitivity to drills, you may want to avoid coming in at these times. Our setting rotation switches each week between Boulder Routes and Top-Rope/Lead Routes.
|Mon. - Fri.||11:00 am - 9:30 pm|
|Sat.||9:00 am - 9:30 pm|
|Sun.||9:00 am - 6:00 pm|
8276 28th Ct. NE
Lacey, WA 98516