Climbing Centre Vertigo also includes a bouldering wall with a surface of 316 m2. The profiles are a crosssection of the entire spectrum of inclines - from vertical, through slightly overhanging, roofs and real big overhangs to mantels. The bouldering wall also includes a separate boulder simulating a real rock boulder so that the slopy Fontainebleau mantels do not surprise you.

To keep up bouldering and training quality, we strive to constantly buy new holds and structures and relocate them regularly to provide you with the possibility to create new boulder problems. From time to time, we also mark some boulders using coloured tape afixed under the hods - the first hold is always marked by two tapes.

Your falls will be made more pleasant by carpet mats. However, you need to be careful and spot each other, since not even the best mat can take a head fall without consequences.

Here too, we present a comparison chart of the two most widespread grading types used in bouldering.


(USA) Font
V0 4
V0+ 4+
V1 5
V2 5+
V3 6A
V3/4 6A+
V4 6B
V4/5 6B+
V5 6C
V5/6 6C+
V6 7A
V7 7A+
V8 7B
V8/9 7B+
V9 7C
V10 7C+
V11 8A
V12 8A+
V13 8B
V14 8B+
V15 8C
V16 8C+



And a few words for freshmen. Bouldering wall is a 4.2 m high wall, where no ropes are used and the floor is covered with mats. We are often questioned about the purpose of boudering. The goal is to climb a short problem of a few moves with high technical or power demand. In fact, it is an entire route concentrated into a few moves. It requires concentration, physical fittness and technique. Bouldering represents ideal power and technique training. In training, it is possible to make up endless combinations of moves, focus on a certain type of movement, select a certain type of holds...