Climbing Walls & Line Parks Climbing Walls & Line Parks

Not feeling like another outdoor activity to keep in shape. We suggest climbing the walls.

Crux Hoża 51, Located in a former cheese factory, Crux is the biggest climbing facility in central Warsaw and has walls that challenge all levels of expertise. Standout features include Poland’s first hydraulic wall system and classes for beginners. 

Park Linowy Bielany Wybrzeże Gdyńskie, Five routes of differing difficulty. For kids, there’s a 115 meter trail set 1.5 meters off the ground. For daredevils, try the 290 meter route. Night passes also available if pre-booked. 

Park Linowy Warszawa Wybrzeże Helskie 1/5, Three routes to choose from: the most difficult is 400 meters in length and comes peppered with 28 obstacles. The added bonus here is great views across the river towards Old Town. 

Wgórę Merliniego 2, Two indoor walls covering a total of 150 meters, a fully qualified staff and not to mention an easy to get to location in Mokotów. Opened in 2010, it’s one of the more up-to-date facilities in the city. 

W Pionie Nowowiejska 37V, One of the most reputable climbing centers in the country. Founded in 1994 by two mountaineers, it’s aimed at all ages and levels, they also organize frequent outdoor courses, trips to the mountains and work-related programs for those who work at altitude. 

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