CLIMBING WALL ROUTE SETTING
ROUTE SETTING

We are able to offer a route setting service for climbing walls and other facilities, and supply all necessary equipment (PPE, acess and technical, such as drills and impact drivers), as well as fully trained route setters working to the appropriate RSA level.

Route setting can be for general route setting on a monthly or other regular basis (this would usually be for a few routes each session), a complete re-vamp (including a strip, clean and re-set of the wall), as well as setting for competitions or special events.

Send us an email and we'll be very happy to discuss your requirements.

ROUTE SETTING RESCUE TRAINING

Ideal for those that have setting experience but have either not practised a variety of companion rescue techniques or have done so in the past and are in need of a refresher. This would also be appropriate for those working at climbing walls who might not be involved in route setting but have a rescue role when setting is taking place. Note that it is a requirement in law that venues using operatives to work at height must have a rescue plan in place, so this course covers the training elements of these requirements. Length: 1 day. POA
ROUTE SETTING TRAINING

It is no longer acceptable to set routes whilst hanging from a single rope on a GriGri with the holds hanging form your harness in a plastic bucket, A number of regulations now mean that more robust access techniques must be utilised.

We would always recommend the RSA Level 2 Route Setter qualification but, should you not wish you or your staff to complete this, we can offer staff training in up-to-date technical setting skills. These include appropriate equipment, exclusion zones, work at height regulations, rigging, movement in ascent and descent, bag hauling systems and companion rescues. These can be tailor-made to suit your venue, work area and experience of your staff.