Linz is situated in the north center of Austria, at about 30 km /19 mi in the south of the Czech border, lying on both sides of river Danube. It is the third largest city in Austria and the capital of the state of Upper Austria. One of the things the city is famous about is the arts scene and the vibrant music. Apart from these, it is a sporting paradise where many athletes can find their sport of choice.
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Climbing Walls in Auderghem, Brussels, Brussels Capital Region Belgium
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.