The Facility

The Facility covers around 3300sqft of floor area. With the largest range of Indoor boulders In India complete with a Lead and Speed Climbing Walls. Boulders are designed with competitions in mind. For the ones who like to take it a notch higher, there are brand new volumes of different shapes and sizes. Besides the climbing area, there is an area reserved for stretching, warmups and exercises.





What climbing can do

Every time you climb, you change a little. Physically, your body is quickly adapting to movement and conditioning. It’s changing itself to do more and be more. With every day, there’s a difference in the way you move. Strength, flexibility, endurance finding balance - they are only byproducts. Mentally, climbing can induce an overwhelming feeling of joy - upon finishing a route, learning a new move or completing a training session. It can become addictive for reasons you would want it to be addictive. It equips you to develop your thinking capabilities to finish challenging.


Who can climb?

If you have a body, you can climb. Young, old, weak and strong - the tags fall flat when it comes to climbing. Because, very literally, anybody can climb. A blundering myth that everybody prescribes to at first glance is the belief that climbing or bouldering requires upper body strength. Upper body strength and rawpower in general can only take you so far in the sport. The most handy muscle that makes progress possible on the wall, is the mind. Being aware of the body, being mindful of the route at hand and planning those delicate twists and turns that make all the difference - this is how efficient climbing is done. In a nutshell, climbing is for anybody and everybody. uences and boulder ‘Problems.’ Most importantly, it teaches you how to keep your wits about you, at times when it matters. In essence, to climb is to submit yourself to be moulded by a most skilful sculptor.

Climbing Vs Other sport

Climbing teaches to use your being in entirety. You are not just using your wrists or your legs or your arms. You are using every bit of yourself, every minute. Your entire body is engaged and ready for the next move and the move after that. You take your mind off one part and you risk coming off the wall. Your mind is working furiously, weighing the various possibilities. There’s a hundred ways to get from one hold to another. But you need to find which way works best for you. One size does not fit all, when it comes to climbing. You are constantly readjusting, recalculating and moving forward. You are in every sense of the word, busy, while climbing. Most importantly, you learn to not categorise your capabilities as physical and mental, you learn to recognise your self as one.

Climbing and Outdoor

The very sport of climbing was inspired by the great outdoors; big walls and mountains and canyons and gorges. Climbing at equilibrium will prepare you for technical outdoor climbing. Climbing can take you places. Considering the amount of outdoor crags and boulder fields there are in the world, the possibilities are endless. Climbing can make you fall in love with the outdoors. Climbing trips and trips to the local crag begin to overwhelm your plans on weekends and holidays. There’s always a new place to explore, an unclimbed rock face to put your name against, Think of equilibrium as the gateway to limitless outdoor experiences.

Upcoming Events

10th December 2017 8:00AM 23rd South Zone Sport Climbing Competition- BOULDERING round
2nd December 2017 10:00Am Weekend Escadape - Varalakonda
23rd - 27th October 2017 The Unending Monsoon Sale 2017. 10-20% OFF on memberships
27th-30th December National Sport Climbing Championship 2017 - Indore
1st & 2nd September Bengaluru Bouldering Championships - 2017
13th August 2017 3:00 PM Bangalore Bouldering League - Round 4
16th July 2017 3:00 PM ONE MORE ATTEMPT - Masters Classic Cup
23rd July 2017 10:00 AM Weekend Escapade - Day Trip to Varalakonda
16th July 2017 3:00 PM Bangalore Bouldering League - Round 3