Low Level Walls
Low level climbing, or "bouldering", is a fast growing style of climbing. There is no need for special equipment such as harnesses and ropes; participants can get climbing straight away and begin learning and improving.
This is why many schools and other organisations are looking to install traverse walls, enabling children to climb under supervision, with minimal risk of injury.
Low level walls can be either installed onto an existing wall such as the side of a building, or free standing in a playground or other area.
Climbing Towers are a great way to climb high outdoors! Our tower provides 6 roped walls which can provide up to 18 climbing routes to try. See the tower at Bushy Wood Scout Camp.
A roped wall can also be built indoors, such as in a sports hall or space with a high ceiling. Often these walls are equipped with "auto-belays" which provide a simple, fun way to get people down from the top. Take a look at Rascals Softplay Centre.
To discuss which style of wall may be suitable for your site, please give us a call and we'll be happy to chat with no obligations.
Also, please see our Frequently Asked Questions.