Roped Climbing Walls
A ‘traditional’ type of indoor climbing wall. Great for multiple use and developing all round climbing skills, preparing users for outdoor climbing if they are ready to face the elements!
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What are they?
Top roping walls have a rope already fixed in position, attached to the wall by a belay point at the top of the wall, ready for the climber to attach to. Leading walls contain safety points for a climber to attach a rope as they climb to the top. Most modern walls are a combination of both types, giving flexibility for the users as routes can be changed regularly – top ropes can be placed on different routes allowing the previous top-roped route to be used by climbers leading routes).
With a Hang Fast wall, the routes are designed in a way that gives the climber the same kind of experience as climbing outdoors – without the bad weather and midges. The routes can be graded in terms of difficulty, allowing the novice to work their way up from relatively easy climbs, to routes that are much more challenging. Our skilled technicians can craft and design your wall to suit any ability – from complete beginner to elite athlete.
Why have a roped wall?
Roped walls are becoming increasing popular in schools due to NICAS www.nicas.co.uk and the GCSE P.E. Assessment.
Design and Build
Hang Fast can provide, install and maintain auto belay devices, If you only have a limited budget then one of our great value for money off-the-shelf Tectonic packages would be suitable. These are pre-engineered and designed walls that can be built at a competitive price and installed in a short time.
All Hang Fast climbing walls are built to the European Standard for Artificial Climbing Structures (EN 12572) and come with a five-year guarantee (subject to contract) and first year annual inspection included. To extend the guarantee and prolong the life of your climbing wall, yearly maintenance contracts are available.
The new trendy kid on the block! Now recognised as a sport in its own right bouldering walls are increasing in number and popularity. Make any area your climbing space.
What are they?
Due to the advancement and popularity of the sport, boundaries in bouldering are being challenged and more sophisticated and technical problems can created artificially then can be found naturally.
Why have a bouldering wall?
As the majority of Hang Fast staff are passionate climbers, creating challenging and fun routes is what we enjoy. If you need a different type of bouldering wall then make our day and give us the opportunity to help you progress the developing world of bouldering!
Design & Build
During the design phase Hang Fast ensure that a full understanding is gained of the end user’s needs to ensure the right level of complexity and flexibility is built into the bouldering wall. Design has moved on from the grey colours of the original walls and today the walls are aesthetically pleasing and can be created in any colour required by the client – if a pink wall is what you want then that is what you will get!All Hang Fast climbing walls are built to the European Standard for Artificial Climbing Structures (EN 12572) and come with a five-year guarantee (subject to contract) and first year annual inspection included. To extend the guarantee and prolong the life of your climbing wall, yearly maintenance contracts are available.
No height but plenty of length?! If this is your problem, no need to worry you can still have a climbing area. Convert any wall into a traverse wall, including a corridor. How cool would your office or school be then?
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What are they?
Traverse walls are up to two metres high and can built along an existing wall or free-standing structure. They can vary in length depending on space available. These walls are increasing popular for those with limited space due to the fact they are simple and cost effective whilst offering a climbing experience. Traverse walls require limited protection for the users (e.g. no safety ropes or harnesses).
In climbing centres traverse walls are often used as ‘warm up’ walls by climbers preparing them for more challenging routes. Traverse walls are found both indoors and outdoors and are a great addition to other play ground and recreational facility equipment. They work well in the corridors of schools and sport facilities, making use of all available space.
Why have a traverse wall?
Design and build
Hang Fast can inspect your proposed site and confirm that it is structurally sound to support a traverse wall and offer you ideas, based on who the main users will be.
Free standing towers……
CLIMBING & MIXED CENTRES
Not every one is a climbing and because of this Hangfast can help you develop a mixed center and incorporate climbing walls, caving system and roped courses. Why sould a climbing centre only have one type of wall, mix it up with a combination of the above!
Climbing Centres – Why only have one type of wall, mix it all up with a combination of different walls. Warm up with a traverse across the room, build strength by bouldering out of a cave, then climb to the top of the tower and abseil down all before taking on the dreaded overhang.
Mixed Centres – Climbing wall centres are not just for climbers! The development of recreational centres has lead to new ways to incorporate elements of climbing structures in many different types of centres. The possibilities are endless – high ropes courses, fitness gyms, specialist training centres to name a few. In short, if you are building a new centre contact us to see what is on offer. Expanding and developing ideas is what we enjoy, so give us a challenge!