Rock Climbing in Dublin
Rock Climbing in Ireland is both physically and mentally demanding and requires strength, agility, endurance, balance and focus. Rock climbing is the extreme sport where participants climb up rock formations using their body and specialized equipment. As well as the intense workout, you will experience nature in one of it's purist forms creating a fantastic sense of achievement and well-being. Deep concentration on your next move is required before you deftly swing up and locks into grip. Indoor rock climbing has become extremely popular in recent years and a great way to start out before progressing to the next level. The Wall is Dublin’s best and biggest bouldering wall with over 1000 square metres of climbing surface and a wide range of angles and features. Located in in Sandyford in south Co. Dublin, Ireland only a stone’s throw from the LUAS and the M50 you will find a fun, friendly atmosphere which caters for all climbers whether first timer or expert. Their great staff will make you feel welcome and help you take your first steps in the vertical world. Gravity Climbing Centre provide a world class bouldering wall close to the heart of Dublin city. On offer they have a massive variety of indoor rock climbing with something for absolutely everyone regardless of age, right from complete beginner to international climbing stars. Why not come down, try out one of their beginners rock climbing sessions and sample their fantastic coffee and friendly atmosphere along with this exciting sport. Awesome Walls Dublin is one of the largest and most modern indoor climbing centres in Europe. With over 2000m2 of dedicated climbing surface including more than 700m2 of bouldering, 18m lead walls and 200+ climbing routes there really is something fun and challenging for everybody to try. Whether you’re a complete beginner or an experienced rock climbing athlete, you’ll want to come back for more! If you want to try rock climbing then there is no better place than Awesome Walls Climbing Centre Dublin. They provide a safe environment and expert tuition to help you on your way to a fun and exciting future in climbing. Their qualified and experienced staff are always on hand to help you through your climbing experience, from answering your questions on anything climbing related to giving tips and advice on training or pushing your grade.
They provide a safe environment and expert tuition to help you on your way to a fun and exciting future in climbing. Their qualified and experienced staff are always on hand to help you through your climbing experience, from answering your questions on anything climbing related to giving tips and advice on training or pushing your grade.
Gravity Climbing Centre
The area is as beautiful as it is exhausting. The Cairngorms feature some of the most challenging and rewarding climbs for even the most experienced climber. The national park is in one of the coldest and wildest areas in Scotland, which makes it a popular destination in the winter.
Think about the first time you grab a pull-up bar: you clasp your hands around the bar and lift up your feet to do a "dead hang." It's not too hard, right? But doing that pull-up sure is. And it is REALLY hard to hang with your arms bent at an angle. This is because you need to use your biceps, triceps and shoulder muscles to hold your arm bent.