Climbing Walls

 Climbing Walls

Climbing Walls are a great addition to any facility.  They offer a great personal challenge to the user.  They offer participants with a chance to set goals as well as a chance to tackle them head on.  Indoor climbing walls are another great year round solution for your program needs.  The climbing surfaces can be installed on walls including gyms, auditoriums, barns, or even silos.  Climbing walls can be a great addition to a physical education program or any program looking to promote fitness.  We at Experiential Systems offer a variety of climbing wall types.  The walls types include Natural Rock Climbing Walls, Rock Walls Panel Systems, Ply-Form Climbing Walls, and Basic Climbing Walls.

Natural Rock Climbing Walls

Created from fiberglass reinforced concrete, Natural Rock is the closest thing you can get to the real thing.  Each Natural Rock Installation is unique in its design, form, and features.  Natural rock has so many natural holds that artificial ones are not needed.  The natural rock climbing surface is seamless and available in granite, sandstone, and limestone textures.  Color options include Redrock, Beighrock, and GreyRock created to mimic true rock color.

Ply-Form Climbing Walls

Regardless of skill level or age, ever climber will be challenged by our Ply-Form wall.  The low cost of Ply-Form wall is built with a wood sub frame and sheeted with coated ply-wood.  The results are endless in variety of climbing features, including: overhangs, incline walls, cracks, corners, ledges, dihedrals, mantles, chimneys, and more.

 Ply-Form Traverse Walls

Traverse Walls can be designed and built to meet every organizations programming goals and budget limitations.  Whether you are looking to install a traverse wall in a school, university, health club, resort, camp, or residence, ESI will work with you to ensure the final design, construction and training meets your site specific needs.

The Play-Form Traverse Wall is created from a wood framing and texture coated plywood.  Two anchors are installed per square foot.  An eight foot by 20 foot traverse wall comes with three color coded climbing routes created from 200 climbing holds.  Each colored route can represents a different level of difficulty (easy, medium, and hard).

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