Fiter i Rossell indoor climbing wall
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The Fiter i Rossell Climbing Wall is a modern multi-use space suitable for all ages. It can accommodate 40 people at any one time and is divided into two zones: a top rope zone and a lead climbing zone.
See the different zones on the climbing wall
The top rope zone is 6.6 metres wide and 6.5 metres high with a total surface area of 110 square metres. The zone is split into ten permanent routes which go from beginner to Level 7c.
The other zone in the Fiter i Rossell climbing wall is the lead climbing area and is also split into two zones: a beginner zone – for children and adults – which can accommodate 11 people at any one time and a zone for more proficient climbers, where the ceiling is high and there is scope for some serious falls! The height of the zone goes from 3.2 metres right up to 4.5 metres! It has a total surface area of 120 square metres and can accommodate six people.
Finally for any technology buffs, it’s worth saying that the climbing wall has a moon board – a climbing wall that uses a grid of LED-lit holds to let you easily find and illuminate problems via an app on your phone.
The climbing wall is open Monday-Saturday 5 p.m.-10 p.m. and Sundays 3 p.m.-10 p.m.
Tel.: (+376) 890884
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