Have you been curious to experience the thrill of a rock wall, but finding a climbing training facility or a climbing gym a challenge of its own?
The ClimbStation is a state-of-the-art indoor climbing machine that simulates the feel and challenge of climbing a real rock face. It was created by a team of engineers and its founder Kaarle Vanamo who wanted to bring the excitement and physical benefits of climbing to people of all ages and skill levels.
This unique climbing wall is equipped with an automatic rotation system that ensures climbers can safely climb to their climbing terrain without the need for a human belayer, bringing the operational cost and liability risks to their minimum. The system is also adjustable, allowing climbers to control the speed and angle of the climb, making it suitable for everyone from beginners to experienced climbers.
One of the best things about the ClimbStation is that it is highly customizable. The machine can be programmed to simulate a variety of climbing scenarios, from low-speed, easy beginner climbs to challenging overhangs and traverses. This means that you can get a full climbing workout, no matter your experience level, and in a relatively small footprint.
Another great feature of the ClimbStation is that it is highly versatile. It can be used for a variety of purposes, from individual training to group fitness classes. It can even be used for team-building exercises, making it a great option for businesses that want to encourage teamwork and communication among their employees.
Overall, the ClimbStation is an innovative and exciting way to experience the thrill of rock climbing, without the need for special equipment or access to a natural rock formation. Whether you're a seasoned climber or a beginner looking for a new challenge, the ClimbStation is worth checking out. Why not give it a try and see how high you can climb?
Continue reading what our Finnish client (City of Salo, Youth services are saying about our wall after having the wall since 2013)
"The Climbstation climbing wall has been in Steissi youth center (www.salo.fi) for almost ten years. Despite its age, it is still very popular and has many uses. Young people want to climb the wall almost every day and come back to climb the wall because of its versatility and playfulness.
Because the climbing wall offers many different challenges and varied climbing experiences, young people want to challenge themselves and their friends again and again. In connection with Steissi Youth center, there is also a classic climbing wall and a skate hall on the Tunnel side, but it sees much less use than Climbstation. Young people usually choose the Climbstation climbing wall instead of the classic climbing wall located on the skate hall area.
Young people from other, smaller facilities have also occasionally come to visit Steissi center to try out the Climbstation wall, because there is no such thing at other smaller youth facilities in Salo.
I personally feel that the Climbstation is an essential part of the Steissi youth center, and without it, the space would immediately feel emptier."
Juho Pyörre Youth-instructor
City of Salo, youth services
Mariankatu 12 24100 SALO
044 778 4072 email@example.com www.salo.fi
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Kaarle Vanamo, the creator of ClimbStation