New climbing walls popping up.

Posted by Rob Adie on 08/08/2008
Speed wall on left, competiton wall on the right.

New climbing walls seem to opening up all over the place. Here is some information on a few that Entre-Prises Climbing Walls have built recently.

The new speed wall is complete and the huge articulated competition climbing wall is nearing completion at Edinburgh International Climbing Arena, this will offer some of the steepest competition climbing in the world when the wall is articulated over it will overhang by 45 degrees!

Click on this link to download the Entre-Prise newsletter for more information on the climbing walls that they have built recently. There could be one near you!



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