artificial climbing

artificial climbing

n
(Mountaineering) another name for aid climbing
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Contract notice: design, supply, and installation work of an artificial climbing wall - 4 ways - jean arpin room
Or if you fancy indoor rock climbing, head to Llangorse Multi Activity Centre, which has real rock, artificial climbing walls, bouldering and indoor caving so you can reach new heights in safety.
The 14-year-old Brooksbank School pupil is to have a leg amputated due to a degenerative bone condition - but did not let that stop him from scaling the UK's highest artificial climbing wall to raise money for a racing wheelchair and work towards his ambition of competing at the Paralympics.
Walltopia, a Bulgarian manufacturer of artificial climbing walls, will invest a total of BGN 7.
In his previous efforts to woo young Russian voters, Putin had paraded his physical prowess by trying to bend a frying pan with his bare hands, scaling an artificial climbing wall, and taking part in an arm wrestling contest.
For experienced climbers the artificial climbing mountain named 'Gecko Grip' is a hot pick.
Rock climbing is a multi-discipline activity that encompasses forms such as bouldering, top roping and lead climbing on natural and artificial climbing surfaces.
We had a quick go on a 20 foot artificial climbing wall before our jaunt out to the coast to climb a real cliff over the sea.
CLIMBING Artificial climbing wall at the Forum, Courchevel 1850.
Plus, the day brought outdoor and indoor activities, from a huge artificial climbing rock to the Casbah Tea House, where visitors relaxed on rugs and pillows under a tent while listening to local musicians.
Adventure education occurs in a diversity of venues, ranging from wilderness explorations to artificial climbing walls and ropes courses.
For instance, there are artificial climbing walls like Xtreme Climb, at SeaWorld Adventure Park, in San Diego.