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General Climbing Discussion

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Indoor Bolting Police 3-Jul-2007 At 3:56:16 PM steph
As the new climbing wall has gone up at my old school, walls, overhangs and corners have been erected and bolt places secured. As a relative noob to indoor bolting specs, I've got no idea what the distances are supposed to be but I'm foreseeing a fair bit of deck-hitting when lead climbing with the current spacing...

Is there somewhere to go for the info or does anyone know how far from ground to bolt 1, then bolt 1-2 etc?? The wall is approx 8m high.


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