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Climbing Walls in Awesome Walls, Dublin, Ireland

Skill Level:
All
Climbing Routes:
Over 200
Dublin is the capital city of Ireland and it nestles at the mouth of the River Liffey. The climate here is classified as a maritime climate, usually with cool summers and mild winters. This vibrant city is noted as much for its Georgian buildings, museums, theaters and attractions, as for its leisure activities and adrenaline-fuelled adventures.

Indoor rock climbing offers the opportunity to exercise your body and have fun at the same time, in a safe environment. Awesome Walls is considered to be one of the largest indoor climbing centres in Europe, located in Dublin.

It has more than 2000 m²/21528 ft² of climbing surface, including more than 700 m²/7534.7 ft² of bouldering. With over 200 climbing routes and 18 m/59 ft lead walls, this spot is a challenge for any indoor rock climber. With a low wall at 8 m/26.3 ft height, for the first timers and a competition wall at over 13 m/42.7 ft height, for the more experienced climbers, Awesome Walls in Dublin caters for people of all ages and all levels of fitness.

Note that, you should wear comfortable clothes, suitable for climbing. Finally, the center offers all the necessary equipment and qualified staff are at you disposal.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Dublin
8km/5mi, 14 mins
Head north on O'Connell Street Upper / Sráid Uí Chonaill Uachtarach to Cathal Brugha Street / Sráid Chathail Brugha. Turn left on Parnell Street. Continue towards Parnell Square West. Continue to Granby Row. Continue straight towards St. Mary's Place North/N2. Keep left to continue to Mountjoy Street / Sráid Mhuinseo. Turn right onto Mountjoy Street / Sráid Mhuinseo/N2. Take the first turning left into Western Way/N2. Turn right onto Phibsborough Road/N2.Continue to follow the N2. Stay left. Continue to follow the N2. Go through one roundabout. Turn left. Turn right. Road restricted. Turn right. Road restricted. Turn left. Road restricted.
BY AIR
Dublin airport,
11.3km/7mi 13mins
BY TRAIN

Dublin is served by DART, which is a coastal train and it is also served by Luas, Dublin’s Light Rail transit system.

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