Climbing Gyms


Climbing gyms are entirely dedicated to climbing in all its forms (lead, bouldering and speed), and suitable for all types of climbers (children to adults) irrespective of their aims (fun, fitness or competition) and their ability. They require a high degree of flexibility and versatility so that all types of routes can be set and updated. Diversity and originality are also key factors in attracting large numbers of climbers. Climbing gyms can accommodate a varied audience, from beginner or very young climbers to climbing professionals, at events ranging from birthday parties to official competitions organized by USA Climbing and the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC).

Climber profile

  • Age : Child to Senior
  • Discipline: Leisure, Sport, Competition, Professional
  • Standard: Beginner to Elite



  1. Include all climbing disciplines (lead, bouldering, speed)
  2. Varied profile (slab, vertical, overhang, ledges for mantling, etc.) to cater for a range of skill levels and provide a gradual increase in difficulty
  3. Training area – campus boards and/or system boards
  4. Reception, rest and viewing areas
  5. Wall design offering a high degree of flexibility for route setting
  6. Mozaik 3D curves to enable creative wall designs and flexibility for route setting
  7. Wide range of features and options to enhance interest for climbers
  8. Printed or textured graphics to showcase the facility’s logo
  9. Special colors to create imaginative designs and boost visual impact
  10. Accessibility for climbers with disabilities and reduced mobility


  1. Mozaik walls to increase versatility and flexibility
  2. Freeform simulates real rock for climbing variety


  1. Freeform crack systems and wood cracks for climbing variety and to serve as an introduction to outdoor climbing
  2. Special colors, sculptured graphics and closed edges to create striking designs
  3. Additional inserts to increase options for route setting
  4. Premium anchor points to reduce the risk of fingers becoming trapped or injured


  1. Wood and polyester Macros to vary routes and the appearance of the wall
  2. Polyurethane climbing holds, lighter and less vulnerable to breakage than polyester holds.
  3. Trublue auto belays to enable solo climbing, and increase entry/subscription numbers – a competitive advantage over other facilities lacking this equipment.
  4. Training beams and other apparatus (rings, suspension balls, etc.) for the training area (highly recommended)


  • Route setting : must be done with great care, and updated and varied, as this is often considered to reflect the quality of a climbing facility. For route setting by a professional athlete or an international setter, contact our service department.
  • Maintenance Inspection recommended by CWA standards. With over 30 years experience, Entre-Prises is THE maintenance specialist.

Standard Product

Examples of recent projects:

  • Mesa Rim Mission Valley – San Diego, CA

    Climbing Gyms, MOZAIK, FREEFORM, USA

  • First Ascent Block 37 – Chicago, IL

    Climbing Gyms, MOZAIK, USA

  • Mesa Rim – Reno, NV

    Climbing Gyms, MOZAIK, USA

  • Ascent Studio Climbing & Fitness – Fort Collins, CO

    Climbing Gyms, MOZAIK, USA

  • O’Bloc, Ostermundigen

    Climbing Gyms, MOZAIK, Europe

  • Alpamayo Klimcentrum, Beringen

    Climbing Gyms, MOZAIK, Europe

  • Modjo Escalade, Rennes

    Climbing Gyms, MOZAIK, Europe

  • Tignespace Climbing Facility, Tignes

    Climbing Gyms, MOZAIK, Europe

  • The Roof climbing facility, la Rochelle

    Climbing Gyms, MOZAIK, Europe

  • The Boardroom Climbing Ltd, United Kingdom

    Climbing Gyms, Competition & Speed Walls, MOZAIK, UK

  • Rocspot climbing facility, Lausanne

    Climbing Gyms, MOZAIK, FREEFORM, Europe

  • What’s UP Lesquin

    Climbing Gyms, MOZAIK, FREEFORM, Europe