/ Bouldering Wall in Aberdeenshire
Would a new centre spark more interest? What are your thoughts?
I was looking at industrial units that would make for good venues for a bouldering specific centre. With some very unique bouldering problems to attract some interest.
Sounds good to me too, boulder wall at transition isn't that great, I'd wonder if there wouldn't be the numbers though, surely most climbers are Aberdeen based? Beach wall is actually quite good and gives a good workout but is just a bit dark and dingy
If you were to plonk a replica of Alien 2 somewhere nearby I wouldn't object too strongly. Sadly I imagine this is one of the pricier areas of the UK for industrial space
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