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Bouldering In Wakefield

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Bouldering In Wakefield

About Bouldering

Bouldering is the act of climbing, typically up to 20ft without ropes but with big soft matts beneath. As the height of the climb is not high enough to cause injuries (assuming you fall correctly of course), it’s a great way to get into the sport without having to get used to the technicalities of using ropes, belay devices and the other equipment associated with other types of climbing. To get involved with bouldering, look up your local climbing wall and ensure they mention they have bouldering on offer. Most climbing walls do offer bouldering nowadays. Also, you can find outdoor places to go bouldering. If you’re doing this as a beginner, make sure to organise an instructor who can ensure you’ve got the right equipment (including a bouldering mat to fall on), show you the best routes and techniques.

Why Go Bouldering?

If you’ve never tried it before, bouldering is a great place to get involved with climbing. Without the need to get used to using equipment, it’s an accessible way to join the sport. If you’re scared of heights, it’s also a great alternative to climbing with ropes where you go higher. AIm to conquer your fear in bouldering before progressing to higher heights. Bouldering is a great workout for the body and mind. Each route or ‘problem’, presents a challenge of trying to work out where to place your hands and feet and which techniques to use. It’s a sociable sport as you’ll often end up discussing with others how to complete a problem and the satisfaction and camaraderie of helping people solve the problem and get to the top adds to the overall enjoyment. Get involved with bouldering by going to your local wall, club or book a climbing instructor session near you.

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