By enrolling in the activities offered by the climbing hall Salewa CUBE, you accept the following terms and conditions
The rules of the climbing hall are not intended to restrict the enjoyment of the activities in the hall but are part of the duty of care to which we feel obliged as operators and are legally bound. For this reason, the rules cannot be negotiated and anyone who does not comply with them can be asked by the climbing hall staff to leave the location immediately.
Every visitor of the climbing hall is obliged to behave responsibly towards other visitors, to follow good climbing practice and to respect the rules of the hall. Explanations regarding "good climbing practice" are available in the climbing hall next to the relevant structures and include the accepted methods for the use of climbing equipment and the climbing area.
Before the upper ropes or walls can be used by visitors without supervision, everyone is expected to have the following necessary skills: correct use of rope, climbing harness and belay device to secure a falling or descending climber. Before the boulder walls can be used without supervision, the visitors must have the necessary knowledge to climb the boulder walls safely. When entering the climbing hall, every visitor must declare that he/she has the necessary knowledge for the respective activities inside the hall and is aware of the risks involved. In addition, visitors must declare that they are willing to follow the rules of the hall. Those persons who are not able to climb without supervision must be supervised by an instructor. Visitors who are not confident in using the climbing equipment or techniques should not attempt to use them on their own.
Unsupervised teenagers (14 to 17 years)
Experienced and competent young people between the ages of 14 and 17, who are known to both the operators and our instructors and who have the necessary experience and knowledge, may use the hall without supervision and without being accompanied by an adult, provided that the following criteria are met:
- Proof of participation and completion of a minimum number of climbing lessons
- Passing the assessment for unsupervised climbing by young people
- Presentation of a corresponding declaration of consent from the parents
- In the event of unsafe or disruptive behavior, permission to climb unsupervised can be revoked by the operator at any time and without delay.
The users of the climbing walls must be aware of and accept the following rules
- All visitors must register at the reception desk each time they visit
- It is necessary to apply care, common sense, and self-protection at all times.
- Any problem with the climbing walls, equipment, bad behavior or poor bouldering and climbing technique of other climbing hall users must be reported immediately to the staff.
- Every visitor must be aware of the other climbers surrounding them and know how their own actions can affect other people in the hall.
- Persons in the process of climbing or securing another person must not be disturbed.
- Never stand directly under another person who is climbing.
- Parents are responsible for their children and must always keep an eye on them.
- Pay attention to where the emergency exits are located in the building.
- The battens on the walls are designed to improve the quality of climbing. Every climber must be aware that there is an additional risk of falling when climbing over these ledges.
- Climbing walls that are beyond one's ability can lead to a fall. Any fall can lead to possible injuries despite the existing safety systems. For each route the visitor must undertake a personal risk assessment.
- Climbing during pregnancy can pose a risk to the mother and the unborn child.
- Visitors to the climbing hall must always be aware that the climbing holds may move or break off.
- Every visitor must always behave in such a way that neither others nor oneself are endangered.
- Visitors must know and respect the safety rules of the climbing hall.
- Staying near the climbing walls is only allowed if the person is in the process of securing another person or to give instructions to them.
- The proper maintenance of own equipment is not the responsibility of the operators of the climbing hall, but of each climber himself.
- Before climbing, all objects must be removed from the pockets of the clothing and jewelry must be taken off.
Climbing the rope
- Many of the routes are already equipped with ropes. These may not be removed and used for other routes.
- The rope must be attached to the climbing harness with an 8-knot, which is tied directly to the harness with a latch. It is not permitted to fasten the rope with a carabiner.
- It is the responsibility of the climber to check whether the partner has the necessary knowledge and skills to secure oneself.
- When securing the partner, utmost caution is always required.
- Always use a belay device which is attached to the harness with a locking carabiner. "Traditional" or "body" securing devices are not permitted.
- The climbing hall provides sandbags to support those persons whose climbing partner is heavier than themselves.
Automatic belay devices
- Those persons who are not sure how to use the automatic backup or who have never used it before must ask an employee for help before using it.
- The areas around the automatic belays are a landing zone. Absolute caution is required when entering this zone.
- Instructions for correct use are located next to the automatic belays. To ensure safety when climbing, these must be followed.
Our tariffs do not include accident insurance for clients.
Unless otherwise stated, the prices quoted are per person and include entrance and use of climbing equipment during the courses.
Minimum number of participants
Some courses will only take place if the minimum number of participants required for the program is reached.
Registration and booking confirmation
Enrolment implies the acceptance of all the terms and conditions listed above. Registration for some planned activities, such as climbing courses, is only valid after payment of the registration fee.