Vertigo Climbing

All year round

As well as healthy physical exercise, and mental and emotional challenges, climbing promotes strength, balance, flexibility and is very much about problem solving. It helps develop self-confidence and self-esteem – give it a go!

Clip ‘N Climb Ohakune comprises of 12 uniquely themed Clip ‘N Climb challenges and more. Each climb is equipped with automatic belay devices that make climbing safe and exciting for everyone. The arena can accommodate 20 climbers per session. Each session starts on the hour, every hour. On Closed Mountain Days, weekends and the during school holidays, it is strongly recommended you call on the day to book your climbing session, as they can be busy if the weather is poor. Wonderful reviews on Tripadvisor and Google. Rent your skis or mountain bike at the same place. All year round. May be closed midweek when the mountain is open.



For more info visit:

Vertigo Climbing


Vertigo Adventure Centre
27 Goldfinch Street


020 409 34109

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