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The Climbing Wall Design Vault

The Climbing Wall Design Vault

You've found it... the legendary Megalith Climbing Wall Design Vault!

*These designs are provided free of charge as inspiration for your personal projects. They are not foolproof, and we assume no liability and cannot be held responsible for any injury or damage incurred in relation to their use. Building your own climbing wall is dangerous, use at your own risk. That said, good luck!

We've put together some streamlined build packages and made them available absolutely free to anyone who wants to climb at home. These include instructions, shopping lists, detailed schematics, and for more complex builds we may even include CAD files. They are designed to be rock solid, and as easy and simple to build as possible. See if one works for you!

Vertical Climbing Wall

Difficulty: 1 (Easy)

Cost: $150-$250

This climbing wall is about as simple and straightforward as they come. Designed to be mounted directly to a wall in your home, this is a great option for a kid's wall or a simple warmup wall. You can make as many of these as you like, lining them up side by side or on top of each other. They can be mounted either horizontally or vertically (the stringers need to be longer for the horizontal configuration, see designs). 

See the full Design and Instructions here:

Vertical Climbing Wall Design and Instructions

 

Shift Wall

Difficulty: 4 (Intermediate/Advanced)

Cost: $700-900

The Shift Wall was designed to maximum the use of a small space, and avoid any reliance or damage to the existing structure of your room.

  • Freestanding.
  • Adjustable from 0-50 degrees (5 degree increments).
  • Winch powered (hex drive, allowing hand operation or your drill/driver)
  • Secondary wall that transitions from a horizontal roof to a plane nearly parallel to the main wall.
  • Training station in front, consisting of a long pullup bar and a hangboard platform. The platform angle does vary slightly, but stays within 4 degrees of vertical throughout the entire range of motion.

See the full Design and Instructions here:

Vertical Climbing Wall Design and Instructions

System Wall - Freestanding, Adjustable

Difficulty: 4 (Intermediate/Advanced)

Cost: $700-900

This design is meant solve the difficulty of building a freestanding, completely adjustable system wall that does not rely on any external structures for support. It is a relatively standard 8'x12' climbing surface with a 1' kicker and 20cm spacing between t-nuts.

  • Freestanding.
  • Adjustable from 0-60 degrees (5 degree increments).
  • Winch powered (hex drive, allowing hand operation or your drill/driver) 

See the full Design and Instructions here:

System Wall Design and Instructions

 Coming Soon:

Campus Board - Wall Mounted

Campus Board - Free Standing

System / Spray Wall - Wall Mounted

 

 

Check out the rest of our blog series, "The Home Climbing Wall"!

The Home Climbing Wall: Where do I start?

Taking a step back to make sure you know what you need to know to start on the right foot.

Choosing the Right Home Climbing Wall

An exploration of different types of home climbing walls and where they shine.

Building a Climbing Wall

Detailed information on how to build a climbing wall that is rock solid. Methods, materials, and wisdom from the esoteric world of home rock wall building.

The Climbing Wall Design Vault

A collection of ready to go design packages for home bouldering walls/home rock climbing walls/home training walls. We include schematics, shopping lists, and detailed build instructions to make building a rock climbing wall go as smoothly as possible.

Build vs Buy

A look at some available options for purchasing home rock climbing wall products, and reasons one may be better for you than another.

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