Climbing Walls in Auderghem, Brussels, Brussels Capital Region Belgium

Area length:
800 m² (8611 ft²)
Highest point:
18 m (59 ft)
Large room,small room, small block room
Slabs,vertical walls,wave,light slopes,pillar,several roofs,small slab of initiation,polyester blocks,panoramio of 45 ˚, wall for children, rounded wall,Pan Gullich beam and training
Brussels (officially Brussels Capital Region or Brussels Region) is the capital city of Belgium and the de facto capital of European Union. Brussels is the biggest urban area in the entire Belgium and comprises 19 municipalities, counting the City of Brussels which is the de jure capital of Belgium, additionally to the seat of the Flemish community and the French community of Belgium. The City of Brussels is located in valley of the Sean River, a small branch of the Schelde.

In Brussels, a very popular sport for all ages is Indoor Rock Climbing. It is the perfect way to exercise yourself and at the same time also to prepare yourself for the real rocks! The facility exists since 1988 and has a long history of climbing to demonstrate. It allows beginners to learn to climb in a safe way with trained instructors and graduates.

The entire area is 800 m² / 8611 ft² of climbing walls. The highest point is at 18 m / 59 ft high. The so called “Block Room” allows you to climb without the use of a rope work force. You will land on a large foam mattress. The facility consists in general of several parts in order to suit all types of climbers and levels.

The first room you meet is the large room which reaches to the maximum height and covers an area of 500 m² / 5382 ft². The large wall includes slabs and vertical walls, a wave and light slopes and a pillar flowing with several roofs.

Next to this, the small room follows, reaching a height of 7 m / 22 ft high and covers an area of 250 m² / 2691 ft². The small room consists of small slab of initiation and polyester blocks with output up. The small block room reaches a height of 3.5 m / 11.5 ft and covers an area of 60 m² / 646 ft², including a panoramic view of 45˚, wall for children, rounded wall and Pan Gullich beam and training.

In the facility, you will also find a large bar that serves besides drinks and snacks. It is a lovely facility and a great all day adventure.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Middelkerke
75.3 miles (121 km), 1 hour 20 mins
Head northeast on Anspachlaan/Bld Anspach toward Augustijnenstraat/Rue des Augustins. Continue onto Pl. De Brouckère/De Brouckèreplein. Continue onto Bld Emile Jacqmain/Emile Jacqmainlaan. Turn left at Bld du Jardin Botanique/Kruidtuinlaan. Take the 1st left toward Bld Baudouin/Boudewijnlaan. Turn right onto Bld Baudouin/Boudewijnlaan. Turn right to stay on Bld Baudouin/Boudewijnlaan. Slight left onto Rogiertunnel/Tunnel Rogier/R20 Continue to follow R20. Slight right onto Av. Charles-Quint/Keizer Karellaan/R20. Continue onto A10. Continue onto A10/E40. Keep right to continue on A10, follow signs for Oostende. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Elisabethlaan/R31 Continue to follow R31. Turn left onto Troonstraat/N34 Continue to follow N34. Turn left onto Normandlaan. Turn right onto Lisbloemlaan. Turn left onto Ten Poele. Turn left to stay on Ten Poele.
93.3 miles (151 km), 1 hour 30 mins
Head southeast on Bisschopsstraat/Rue de l'Evêque toward Rue des Fripiers/Kleerkopersstraat. Continue onto Rue de l'Ecuyer/Schildknaapsstraat. Continue onto Arenbergstraat/Rue d'Arenberg. Continue onto Rue de Loxum. Turn left onto Rue des Colonies/Koloniënstraat. Continue onto Rue de la Loi/Wetstraat. Turn right onto Rue Ducale/Hertogsstraat. Take the 2nd left onto Lambermontstraat. Continue onto Rue Belliard/Belliardstraat. Continue onto Kortenbergtunnel/Tunnel de Cortenbergh/N23 Continue to follow N23. Take the ramp to E40. Continue straight onto E40. Keep right to continue on E42, follow signs for Saarbrücken/Verviers. Take exit 11-Malmedy for N62 toward Marche/Stavelot/Waimes. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Av. du Pont de Warche/N62/N68 Continue to follow N62/N68 Go through 2 roundabouts. Turn left onto Rue Devant les Religieuses/Rue Jean-Hubert Cavens/N68 Continue to follow Rue Jean-Hubert Cavens/N68. Take the 1st right onto Rue Malgrave.
Brussels Airport,
9.2 miles (14.5 km)
Brussels South Charleroi Airport,
37.6 miles (59.6 km).

The City of Brussels has three main train stations: Brussels South, Central and North, which are amongst the busiest of the country. Brussels South is also served by direct high-speed rail links: to London by the Eurostar train via the Channel Tunnel (1hr 51 min); to Amsterdam by the Fyra; to Amsterdam, Paris (1hr 25 min) and Cologne by the Thalys; and to Cologne and Frankfurt by the German ICE.

The City hosts also minor railway stations at Bockstael, Brussels-Chapel, Brussels-Congres, Brussels-Luxembourg, Brussels-Schuman,Brussels-West, Haren, Haren-South, Simonis.

In the Brussels Region, there are also railways stations at Berchem-Sainte-Agathe, Boitsfort, Boondael (Auderghem), Bordet (Evere),Etterbeek, Evere, Forest-East, Forest-South, Jette, Meiser (Schaarbeek), Moensberg (Uccle), Saint-Job (Uccle), Schaarbeek, Uccle-Calevoet, Uccle-Stalle, Vivier d’Oie-Diesdelle (Uccle) and Watermael.


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