Vertical Adventures

All year round

More like a community than a gym!

Get into rock climbing- revolutionary ClimbZone walls are visually stimulating and fun, with automatic belay systems which enable you to climb safely without a belayer. Extensive facilities for those wanting to take their rock climbing to the next level! These include over 150 top-rope and lead climbs, plus a fully-featured boulder cave. Climbing classes for children and young people (called Rock Hoppers), as well as lead-climbing courses for more advanced climbers. Instructional courses or group programmes to suit, so please don’t hesitate to ask staff for more information. Check out headlights nights for something different. All year round. Check ahead for availability.



For more info visit:

Vertical Adventures


5A Waikaukau Road
Glen Eden


09 818 3038



Talk to staff for programmes for particular disabilities. The facility is disabled friendly, hosting both para-Olympians and students from Blind Low Vision NZ. They also run courses to help you improve your climbing. Lead Courses, Abseiling and more. Visit us and experience Vertical Adventures today!

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