Indoor climbing courses for all types of commercial venues.
Apart from ECO forest climbing parks and outdoor high ropes activity courses, Skywalker offers indoor climbing facilities suitable for a wide range of commercial venues, from indoor leisure centres and sports hall facilities to shopping malls and retail centres. Whether as an addition to an established leisure centre or as an incentive for (or treat during) a family shopping day, our portfolio of indoor climbing facilities contains innovative concepts and cutting-edge designs for almost every purpose.
Get ready for the next thing!
Nowadays, simply putting a mobile climbing wall or a bouncy castle on site doesn't really cut it anymore when it comes to offering customers something new and exciting. It's time to think about new activity challenges for your visitors - our temporary or permanent indoor ropes courses and indoor climbing parcours, for example. Our catalogue of indoor activity challenges and rope climbing courses offers a solution for any type of indoor venue. Furthermore, all Skywalker climbing courses can be updated with new activity challenges on a regular basis to maintain a high level of customer interest.
Our temporarily and permanently installed facilities are particularly suitable for:
- Sports hall and other indoor leisure facilities with space available below the ceiling or on the roof;
- Indoor leisure centres looking for exciting and innovative ways to attract customers;
- Retail centres or shopping malls which would like to make shopping even more enjoyable for customers;
- Conference venues, congress centres and any other type of commercial venue looking for strategies to generate off-season revenue.
Naturally, our eventual designs will depend on the location, the available space and the construction of the facilities. Nevertheless, and whatever your required specifications, Skywalker is able to offer you a tailored solution which provides customers and visitors with an all-round climbing experience.
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