On the 27. and 28. In July, a special climbing event will be held in Munich. Climbing novices as well as cracks on boulder routes will be able to try on discarded ship containers converted into climbing walls.
The climbing event in Munich is the first part of an event series that stops in Munich, Milan and London. The "Walls Are Meant For Climbing" event by outdoor supplier The North Face is aimed at beginners and professionals alike. For two days, converted shipping containers are available for bouldering. In addition to the special climbing location, the event surprises with special guests, inspiring lectures, live music and snacks.
Tips and tricks from professionals
Two professional climbers of the Austrian National Squad, Alfons Dornauer and Georg Parma, as well as the North Face athlete and high altitude mountaineer David Göttler, will be there to support the participants with tips and tricks and pass on their climbing knowledge - whether they are coming for the first time try a route or reach new heights. The invitation also goes to youth groups, clubs and charities.
In order to sustainably strengthen urban climbing, The North Face donates the climbing walls, which have been specially designed for the event, from reused shipping containers to a local organization.
Details about the event
Wo: Werksviertel, parking lot in front of the factory 9, TonHalle Munich, Grafinger Straße 6, 81671 Munich
Wann: 27. & 28. July 2019 from 10.00 to 22.00 clock
What: Bouldering / Rock Climbing, Music, Snacks & Drinks. Climbing shoes can be borrowed for free on site
How: Participants must be in advance Sign up here
More information about the free event "Walls Are Meant For Climbing" on 27. And 28. July and the Global Climbing Day at 18. August is under https://www.thenorthface.de/climbmunchen.html.