- ABOUT THE SPOT
Climbing Walls in Kletterhalle, Wels, Upper Austria Austria
One very popular sport in Wels is Indoor Rock Climbing. Kletterhalle in Wels attracts a lot of ambitious climbers that don’t want or are too afraid of getting out in the nature. It is a 1200 m² / 12917 ft² terrain where approximately 220 routes can be climbed indoors.
On the top of each route, a chain with two diametrically opposed suspended carbines and partially an Express helping carbines is available. In total, there are 65 security lines. The 3 tower routes can be climbed at a height of 9 m / 29.6 ft. Both A and C towers are 9 m / 29.6 ft high, the A tower has imitation rock and the C tower has a 9 m / 29.6 ft high crack.
On the B tower, you will find ropes spreading on the 9 m / 29.6 ft high tower, where, once you reach the top, you find yourself in a Dom. On the left of the Dom, you have the opportunity to climb on a 15 m / 49.2 ft high climbing wall and on the left of the Dom, there is a high lead climbing of 15 m / 49.2 ft length and 6.5 m / 21.3 ft high.
Some of the other features include a rock structure which has a plan for self securing with mobile securing, a podium of 7 m / 22.1 ft high for rappelling or mountain rescue exercises, a climbing with 30 m / 98 ft length and rope bridge across the hall, one top rope wall with 9 m / 29.6 ft length and 6 m / 19.8 ft height.
Additionally, there are 16 fixed ropes to the top climb with about 42 climbing routes bases footprint, a climbing gym of 390 m² / 4198 ft² floor area, a boulder room on the first floor of 139 m² / 1496 ft² area and a 491 m² / 5285 ft² wall manufacturer Walltopia, DCD and Sport Thieme.
It is a pretty cool climbing area that you should definitely need to visit and challenge your climbing skills.