The Old Elevator, which was a rock climbing facility, has been closed since 2007, when a girl fell to her death during a Halloween event.
Now a new owner has reopened it and this new rock climbing gym has Texomans taking part in an activity that's taking working out to a higher level.
What's old is new again at Berend's Landing.
A historic place, making a pivotal comeback.
"It was an important thing Streams and Valleys has been engaged in adding things that would add value to outdoor recreation that we think needs to be back in Wichita Falls," said Roby Christie, Chairman of Wichita Falls Streams and Valleys.
Back so people could enjoy a sport which Gravity Nester, the owner of the new center of gravity rock climbing gym says, is like zen.
"It puts you in a state of bliss that if you are having a rough day you are stressing about bills and all that doesn't matter," he said.
And what better way to leave your worries behind than by scaling up the side of a more than 100 year old building.
"It's two by six by two by six all the way up, it just gives an amazement of how much this building is a piece of a puzzle. You just feel the history when you are in this building," Nester said.
But history isn't the only thing you'll find here.
This new-age gym also has a feature that will entice travelers steer in here.
One of those features is a 100 foot climbing wall which makes this the second tallest climbing wall in Texas.
Although Nester says he's has great plans to grow the gym, what really has his level of excitement elevating is teaching those willing to reach for the rocks that lie ahead.
400 Bridge St.
Weekdays: 3-10 P.M.
Weekends: 10-6 P.M.