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climb4free


Apr 17, 2012, 11:43 AM

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Re: [Sealevel] Garage Woodie Design
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Sealevel wrote:
Think this will fit the bill. Gives me a 10 / 20 / 45 ...

[image]https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-d-Q3mRqtT6k/T4zqwp_mGoI/AAAAAAAAACs/kdRx_3Hanmg/s912/wall_DONE.jpg[/image]

THANKS for all the input and advice... pics in progress to come.

I agree that the last model is the best. How the middle section creates mini aretes. I have built and designed several garage walls. Visually yours is very cool, but will involve many intricate cuts and framing tricks. If you are able, go for it. I have purposely kept mine simple.

Also, my 4 year old progressed passed my little vert section that I made specifically for him by age 2.5/3. I almost never use it. My 15* section is just about right for the smallest of commercial holds. It almost feels like its vertical now. My 30* wall is very nice.

In my next build i will have a majority being 45* with 30* being as close to vert (other than any transition walls)

So if your children really pick up on climbing, they will be ok with a bit of an angle




(This post was edited by climb4free on Jul 18, 2012, 2:05 PM)
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