Rock ClimbingCopyright: © HSZ
Rock climbing is a diverse and communicative sport, which can be practiced both traditionally outdoors on cliffs or in climbing gyms. Rock climbing trains not only strength and body tension but also coordination, balance, and concentration abilities. This sport provides an interesting change to everyday life, where you can push yourself based on your own assessment. Furthermore, the courses offer an opportunity to meet others and to find climbing partners at a similar level for the long term.The difference between bouldering and climbing is that in bouldering the walls are a maximum of 4.5m high and the floor area underneath is covered with thick mats, while in the climbing gym you climb up to 15m high and secure each other with a rope. The result is that bouldering problems are much shorter, but require more maximum strength, and the longer climbing routes train strength endurance and concentration.The language in the course is german, but a translation, if needed, is possible.
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If available, participants should bring their own gear. Harness and shoes can be borrowed at the climbing hall against a fee.
Additionally, the climbing group can provide its own equipment if required.
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