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my garage
© lx, Nov 2008
Alex's garage
Camera used: Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL
5*VOTING: number of votes 52
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Now that is a good bouldering wall.
Will Goldsmith - 12/Nov/08
I want one of those.
Dan Lane - 12/Nov/08
Now you're just showing off Alex! Mega.
Jon Read - 12/Nov/08
i am very impressed
david morse - 12/Nov/08
Dear God... :P I want one!
Caspar - 12/Nov/08
Nice work, not that's really a good use for a garage !
robdan - 12/Nov/08
looks awesome certainly better than most commercial walls have to offer.
racodemisa - 13/Nov/08
Why the quickdraws?
spa_bob - 13/Nov/08
Awesome!!, I thought mine was coming along nicely. I have learned a lot but I am not a Jedi yet
andrew300169 - 13/Nov/08
The Campus board! Nice addition pal. That punch bag in the corner looks like its taking up a bit too much room though. I bet you could squeeze a Bachar ladder in to complete the set up if you got rid of it!
Cassius - 14/Nov/08
spa_bob: The quickdraws are so that I can tie a rope on and trail it round clipping as I go for endurance training. I've some circuits with 30 moves and 6 clips. Sooooo pumpy, much more intense than routes at the wall
lx - 14/Nov/08
Well how much has this masterpiece cost you then ? just curious ! Well my guess would be £1,500 - £2,000 not including labour !
mr mills - 15/Nov/08
mr mills: About £1,200 and absolutely worth every penny. As a percentage of the cost of buying the house that's not much at all really.
lx - 15/Nov/08
Very impressive but maybe just too many holds...
benj_d - 15/Nov/08
Very impressive. How do you get your car in?
Banny - 16/Nov/08
There are no words to describe how very very very jealous i am.
@ndyM@rsh@ll - 16/Nov/08
How much do you charge people? BUK is 5 quid
kcammack - 18/Nov/08
How much is the "real" cost of the wall? (ie. per grade of climbing improvement). A much better figure to judge by and as time goes on it should just get cheaper...
dg - 19/Nov/08
Surely a garage like this is not just to profit from improvement (in terms of grade), but maybe, dare I say it, to enjoy? I want one.
green_bhind_da_ears - 19/Nov/08
Hiya - you have surpassed yourself! Wonderful wall! Are those Warwick wall mats?...we have some in our garage wall which you must come and visit...bit smaller than yours but ace probs....hugs P
The sharp end - 20/Nov/08
The only thing I would say to anyone planning on building a wall is be careful that it doesn't become an end in itself, because its really good fun building them. Also beware, the elbows and wrists can ache from building the thing. In reply to another chap, you can't have to many holds!
andrew300169 - 20/Nov/08
beaaaaast! all i can say alex! you need an update with all the other fingerboards eh?
mynameisjen - 06/Jun/09
I wish I could wake up one morning and my garage would be like that
Quarryboy - 14/Jun/09
olliecox - 11/Oct/09
Awesome wall! What spacing did you use for the bolt-ons?
JSA - 03/Dec/09
hold shit. OCD made flesh!
jazzyjackson - 15/Feb/10
sorry meant holy shit. Serious wall ; 0
jazzyjackson - 15/Feb/10
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