Climbing is an amazing sport and a good reason to get into the outdoors. But
why stop when the arms are tired and the fingers are sore. We here at
Climbingbox enjoy sitting next to the rock talking about climbing and enjoy
dreaming about the big wall just as much as we like to pull hard. We love our
vans and our favorite material to turn them into our cozy homes is plywood. We
like our spaces to be small but multifunctional so we can store all of our gear.
When we wake up in the morning to crisp mountain air, blue skies or snow
covered windows huddled in our sleeping bags we feel like we live in a box. We
love it! And when we are looking back at our childhood we all wished we had had
a box in our rooms where we could sit and sleep and dream of things to come.
That’s why we build the Climbingbox. It’s a place for your children’s dreams to come true.
The Climbingbox is a stand-alone multi angle, home climbing wall, a bunk bed
and a tiny office space for children to do their homework. It sleeps two. (Keep
Grandma on the lower level!) . It features a removable table, a folding chair; build
in storage, bookshelves and a high bed. The Climbingbox is made from high
quality finished birch plywood and redwood. Its clean and aesthetic lines will
make it a showpiece in any contemporary and traditional home.
The Climbingbox is no gimmick. At 10-50 degree wall angels it’s a serious
climbing training tool. With 500-1000 preinstalled T-Nuts into the wall panels
many boulder problems can be created and climbing them will keep your children
engaged during long rainy winter days, in between climbing trips and allow for
extra climbing mileage in between gym session. Neighbors and friends will be
knocking at your door. We promise! Parents can play on it too! Our larger
Crusher and Pro models are specially designed for adult climbers and junior
athletes. Our signature 24” roof section was designed to mount additional hang-
boards, pull up bars, rock rings, rock-balls and other suspended grips.
Building routes is mentally as challenging as climbing them. It’s like playing with
“Legos” on steroids. Children not only learn how to build objects in three-
dimensional space but also learn to envision how to move along them in space.
It’s like building a tree and then climbing it. Put a lantern into the Climbingbox
and it becomes a “tent” for sleepovers. Also tests have shown that children who
are physically stimulated by complex three-dimensional spaces and
environments develop faster enhanced problem solving skills.
T-Nut holes are designed in a grid format, are numbered and also have a led
light feature to show each route. Routes that are created can easily be shared
with other Climbingbox climbers around the world via our route simulator online
platform. Your children will be geniuses in no time and not only in the vertical
world. The Climbingbox is designed to fit into spaces with 8-foot ceiling heights.