Welcome To Wall Climbing
A climbing wall is an artificially constructed wall with a grip for hands and feet, which is commonly used for indoor climbing, but is sometimes located outdoors. Some are brick or wood constructions, but on most modern walls, the most commonly used material is a thick multiplex board into which holes are drilled. Recently, manufactured steel and aluminum have also been used. There may be places to attach belle ropes to the wall, but can also be used to practice lead climbing or bouldering.
Each hole has a specially formed T-Nut, allowing modular climbing for poor climbing on the wall. With built-in steel or aluminum walls, an engineered industrial fastener is used to secure climbing. The climbing surface face of the multiplex board is covered with textured products including concrete and polyurethane filled with paint or sand. In addition to the textured surface and hand grip, the wall may include surface structures such as indents (incuts) and protrusions (protrusions), or take the form of an overhang, underhang, or crack.
Some grips are made to mimic the outer rock conditions, including some oversized and other grips may be applied.