Frequently asked questions

What equipment do I need to climb the wall?

You need some work out clothes and some clean shoes that won´t make marks on the floor. If you have your own climbing shoes – bring them! We will borrow you the rest of the required climbing equipment.

I do not have a climbing partner but I want to climb.

It´s okay, just come and maybe there will be someone else that will not have a partner too. If not than there will be someone from our team to belay you.

I don´t have a clue about climbing. Is it possible to pay for some beginner tutorial course?

It is not because we do it for the newcomers for free. If you pay enough attention, you will know all the climbing basics as you leave the building. If you plan on coming regulary, you will have a chance to go climbing outside with us. On these trips we talk more about the techniques of climbing and such things.

Climbing is an extreme sport. What are the chances of getting injured?

The chance of getting injured on a climbing wall are small compared to other sports if you keep in minds and practice the basic rules. The belaying thingy ClickUp that we use on our wall increases your security. So nothing should happen to you. That doesnt include little scratches.

How old does a child have to be so that I can bring it on the climbing wall with me.

You can bring it as soon and it gets born. Your chikd can sleep in the stroller while you relax by climbing. A child is able to climb the wall at the age of three. However, if they aren´t into climbing, they can just play with the other kids around the gym, where the wall is situated and you can carefreely climb. We don´t offer babysitting though.