3D Fun Walls
Our 3D Walls take climbing to the next level. With interactive elements such as LED lights, moving holds, timers, knobs, and buttons, each one of these premium walls offer an extra dose of excitement!
The engaging attraction that combines challenge,exercise and entertainment in a perfect mix
Тraverse Walls are a compact version of some of our standard elements. They offer unharnessed climbing and are perfect for utilizing low ceiling space within a facility.
The Self Belay is an innovative climbing connector, which increases safety in climbing and adventure centers. The connector cannot be opened accidentally or on purpose during climbing - users can connect to and disconnect from the device only when they are on the ground. The Self Belay also helps operations by reducing the number of required staff members. Participants as young as 5 years of age can use the device on their own.
The autobelay devices automatically retract the rope during ascent and control the speed during descent or in the case of a fall. Fun Walls can operate with different kinds of autobelay devices but we have chosen to partner with the top manufacturers one of which is Perfect Descent. Perfect Descent uses mechanical centrifugal brake technology and is double redundant, lightweight and compact. Annual maintenance is required for each device.
With its high quality design, patented magnetic technology, and reliable performance the TRUBLUE Auto Belay has performed over 2 billion descents in over 60 countries on 6 continents. Annual maintenance is required for each device.
Fun Walls are recommended to be combined with One More Life safety flooring - an innovative flooring solution by Climbmat that could prevent severe injuries in the event of a fall from heights up to16.5m / 54 ft. It is the first type of flooring that has undergone tests for safer falling from heights using precise human analog. Although there is no mandatory flooring regulation for climbing-based activities over 5 m, we feel it as our moral obligation to stress on the importance of adding proper matting for climbing-based attractions.