Climbing Walls in Cape Town, Table Bay, Western Cape South Africa

Climbing Area:
100 lead and top-rope routes
Without doubt, Cape Town is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, boasting striking mountains, a long stretch of the Atlantic Ocean coastline and an intriguing working harbour. Located at the shores of Table Bay in the Western Cape province of South Africa, it enjoys an ocean Mediterranean climate with mild moderately wet winters and dry warm summers.

Cape Town boasts to host the best indoor climbing spot in South Africa. Conducted in a gym that has a total of 800 m²/8611.1 ft² of which, 600 m²/6458.3 ft² is made up of rope- wall climbing and 200 m²/2152.8 ft²  of bouldering area. The climbing area consists of an approximate of 100 lead and top-rope routes with some of them going along the ceiling and a self – belay tower, with 4 automatic belay stations, meaning that you can as well climb without a partner.

The routes are usually reset after every 45 days, thus offering frequent new challenges to tackle. Graded 12- 29, it is of moderate class and suitable for children as well. Before embarking on this amazing indoor adventure, safety checks must be abide by including a waiver that releases the management from any liability and enduring an individual does take personal responsibility for safe climbing.

For children below 18 years of age, parents would be required to sign the waiver sheet.