Bouldering is a form of rock climbing, performed without any rope or harness.
The climber solves a route, called a “problem”, on a wall no higher than 4.5m above the safety surface.
The climber performs precise sequences of powerful moves to solve the problem.
Thick mats protect climbers from falling and are essential for the safety of the climber.
Bouldering is great for all skill levels and can be done alone even if it’s usually done as part of a social group.
Adding an easier section to the bouldering area makes it accessible to students of all ages (primary to secondary school).
Boulder walls are increasingly being attracted by the climbing community as a fitness alternative. They allow for greater flexibility in the choice of building, as there are fewer height constraints.