You use the climbing and bouldering facilities on your own responsibility! The operator does not perform regular inspections.
There is a severe danger of falling when climbing and bouldering: You or somebody else may be seriously or lethally injured.
Pay attention to what is happening around you and get involved when errors occur!
Be considerate and do not endanger others.
Adapt your behavior to the respective situation.
Avoid checking out routes and reserving routes over long time periods and prevent unnecessary falling.
Stay on your evident climbing route.
Belayers need some room for action.
Avoid unnecessary or excessive use of magnesia.
Use suitable shoes for climbing and bouldering.
Objects may fall down on the floor in the climbing or bouldering hall.
The danger still exists when you are not climbing or bouldering.
Be aware of the potential danger zone above you.
Always keep the climbing and bouldering area free from backpacks, drinking bottles, prams, play mats etc.
Do not position any objects there and leave equipment and furniture where it is (tables, chairs, etc.).
Every climber is obligated to help. Immediately inform the staff of the climbing facility.
Submit your personal data if requested.
Damaged or loose holds, climbing plates, anchors, carabiners or quickdraws are to be reported immediately. Modifications are prohibited.
Closed routes are to be respected.
Supervise your children.
Playing is prohibited in climbing and bouldering areas for security reasons.
Minors aged at least 14 years may only go climbing without supervision if they have a written declaration of consent of their legal guardian.
Jewellery may get tripped and cause injuries.
Tie up long hair: it may get caught in your belay device.
Leave your chalkbag on the floor when bouldering or fix it without using a carabiner.
Do not go climbing or bouldering after drinking alcohol.
Smoking is prohibited – also in the outdoor area.
Mobile phones distract you and may fall down.
Headphones impair your attention.
Bringing animals is prohibited