Try AquaClimb when you can't afford to climb in Mallorca, Spain
(Photo by Manjeet Bawa)
August isn’t the best month for outdoor climbing in Atlanta. A few holds up and your palms start to sweat and you find your hands are more often in your chalk bag than on the rock. Until cooler temperatures roll through in September, most climbers will seek refuge in climbing gyms, but now there’s also the AquaClimb: a wall composed of fiberglass panels designed to sit in swimming pools. You can climb up the wall and then jump off into the pool when you’re finished.
The high price of an AquaClimb suggests the walls are intended for purchase by community pools or private clubs. If you belong to a neighborhood pool or club, you may suggest AquaClimb as their next purchase. Swimmers can scale the wall and imagine they are climbing the cliffs of Mallorca, Spain, jumping off into the Mediterranean Sea.