The Boulder


The bouldering takes place on a huge free standing boulder in the center of the climbing wall. Our homegrown Boulder, sculpted out of wood, host up to 100 bouldering problems. The boulder has an artistic feel and tries to replicate the features of natural rock.

Each side of the boulder supports a different climbing experience; vertical walls, slabs, grooves and small ledges, through to more severely overhanging walls and a deep roof section. All the routes which are set finish on the top of the boulder, so its a great venue to practice topping out.




Top rope walls

The Barn's dedicated top rope area has seven top ropes and up to 45 routes. Routes on this wall start at French 2 and can be set as hard as French 7b, accommodating a range of climbers from the absolute beginner to the seasoned climber.


Leading walls

Our lead wall is 9.5 meters high, but in the steepest section the actual length of climbs are up to 14 meters. Holding up to 70 routes on 13 individual lines, the grade of climbing varies from French 4 to French 8a+ and are reset on a regular basis.


The Slackline Park

Our Slackline park is a great place to take your first step or your thousandth.

Bring you own line, or borrow one from reception.


Traversing wall

Perfect for a warm up or warm down or even working on your endurance.
orange & Black holds for adults and Black & green for kids.


The Board ROOM

The major benefit of system training is to eliminate weak movement patterns and create bilateral strength. These are two major problems with a “just climb” mentality in the gym. When training on gym routes or problems, we just don’t balance the loads to the left and right limbs – it would be impossible to boulder symmetrically. The problem is exacerbated when we set our own problems. Whether we mean to or not, we’ll adapt climbing around our weaknesses. With system training, we force full range of motion and clean movements to help shore up these weaknesses.

(Climb Strong.com)

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Traditional Climbing board

Practise your belay setups and anchors.

A great first step into outdoor climbing.