Climb @ Coastal
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- 38’ tall
- 5 top rope routes
- 2 auto belays
- Routes range in difficulty from beginner (5.6) – advanced (5.10a)
- Routes are changed weekly to constantly offer a variety and new challenge
All equipment is provided free of charge. We have helmets, shoes, harnesses and all necessary climbing gear. We suggest you wear shorts or pants that are a khaki and/or denim-type thicker material for comfort in the harnesses.
Looking for team building for your group or organization? Try climbing! The Climbing Wall is a great opportunity to promote team-building while also challenging your group mentally and physically. For more information regarding group availability, pricing and any other questions, contact Layne Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rock Wall Nation
ROCK WALL NATION – Oct. 14th through Nov. 30th at the HTC Indoor Rock Climbing Wall
Check our our fall rock wall incentive program, Rock Wall Nation! Climb the wall for prizes: 30 climbs = water bottle, 50 climbs = 1 free rental at Outdoor Center, 100 climbs = T-shirt. The rock climbing wall if FREE for students, faculty, and staff. Never climbed, no worries! Our helpful staff can assist you in climbing, or get you belay certified yourself, all for free. For more information contact: email@example.com.
Get Belay Certified for FREE at the Climbing Wall!
What is belaying?
In rock climbing ‘belaying’ is the term to describe the technique used to manage the rope of a climber. The belayer can catch a climber’s fall, provide tension on the rope through tricky sections, and lower a climber back down to the ground.
What is the benefit of getting belay certified?
Individuals who are belay certified may use the rock wall during open hours, and have the option to act as the belayer for another climber without the assistance of the climbing wall staff.
How can I get belay certified?
All climbers have the option to take one belay test during open wall hours. Just ask a member of our climbing wall staff to take part in the belay certification. If the climber does not pass the test on their first attempt they will have the opportunity to practice their skills and try again at a later date.
If I have experience as a belayer at another climbing wall, do I still need to get belay certified?
Yes, as a matter of safety and consistency we prefer that all of our belayers use the same technique and are held to the same standards. If you have experience and the skills, it won’t take long to go through the belay test.
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