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Route flooring is important to get right in your facility just like your bounding floor system. The essential functionality is intended to protect heel strikes in case of a fall before attaining the first clip on lead. But you want it to have a clean aesthetic, while providing comfort for your partner belaying you below. Our route flooring is typically designed as a 2” closed cell system to hold up to high foot traffic, while also maintaining the ability to attenuate heel strike impacts. Have a need for something even more unique? This system can be also be ordered in a variety of thicknesses, colors and densities to best suit your specific application. Once installed, the route flooring is finished with our Invisi-Seam surface, as well as any optional add-ons such as our contour-matching anti-trip steel trim. Check the details on those features below.
Climbing gym route flooring: In this view you can see how Vertical Solutions transitioned from geometric MLM panels to curved ARC designs to create a massive overhung lead climbing experience. This lead section is a centerpiece for the gym and stands out immediately to anyone who enters.
Climbing gym route flooring: Another upstairs view of the route vast climbing areas constructed of MLM and ARC designs from Vertical Solutions. Customs stains and textures used throughout.
Climbing gym route flooring: You can get a good idea of exactly how spacious this climbing gym is by looking at the separate areas lined up next to each other; route climbing areas on the left and directly closest to the camera, and then two bouldering areas beyond that.
Climbing gym route flooring: The backside of the meticulously-designed Spire, made possible by Vertical Solutions ARC climbing wall engineering and construction.
Climbing gym route flooring: While Crux Climbing Center in Austin doesn't focus on route climbing exclusively, they did opt to cover the whole lead and top-rope area in Habit route flooring so rope climbers can move around belay for a long time from any location within.
Climbing gym route flooring: Standing in the middle of the gym, you can see the relationship between the entry/front desk, where it opens up into the route wall area, as well as one of the main bouldering areas above. Also prevalent is the gym logo front and center!
Climbing gym route flooring: You can see the massive tongue feature here in Brooklyn Boulders Somerville, MA location and the route flooring from Habit that covers it underneath. It’s also easy to really see the functionality of the Anti-Trip Steel trim and how we like to transition our route floors to another type of surface.
Climbing gym route flooring: The route climbing walls here are plenty tall, distinctive, and spread out, as seen from this second level heading up towards the bouldering walls.
Climbing gym route flooring: Brooklyn Boulders in Somerville, MA has extremely tall lead climbing walls with some serious overhung areas. With such a large space, you can easily give your customers a comfy place to walk or socialize in between climbing.
Climbing gym route flooring: Another wide angle shot from one of the building corners. In the foreground is the backside of the standalone route climbing area with 5 auto-belays in-sight; the lengthy route climbing wall in the left background; the main entrance and custom front desk on the right.
Climbing gym route flooring: When you have a big area to cover for your lead walls, it can be ultra-cost-effective to outfit all of your space with our route flooring, to reduce costs and labor involved with other more expensive floor finishing options.
Climbing gym route flooring: Building a climbing community in Brooklyn is easier said than done when space is at a premium. Unlike the name suggests, the OG facility boasts thousands of route climbing square feet.
Climbing gym route flooring: A view down one of the top-rope walls built by Vertical Solutions, into the strength-training rooms. Space is hard to come by in New York City, but BKB made sure that eery area was used efficiently while still allowing enough space to not feel totally cramped during peak hours.
Climbing gym route flooring: This great view of Brooklyn Boulders in Chicago shows how easy and seamless a Habit Flooring system can be for your route floors. Also visible, is how we like to transition our Habit route floors into exposed foundation flooring: our anti-trip steel trim. This diamond-plate steel add-on is custom-cut onsite for a super professional look, while also being a very minor addition in cost.
Climbing gym route flooring: Another view of the route flooring area at Salt Lake City’s Front Climbing Club. While our Habit Flooring Invisi-Seam system can technically be pointed out, it’s obvious from this angle how uniform and consistent of a surface it really results in.
Climbing gym route flooring: Brooklyn Boulders chose to design an uncovered area sandwiched between Habit route flooring to create a dedicated pathway through the gym for foot traffic.
Climbing gym route flooring: Big overhung route climbing areas like this one at Santa Fe Climbing Center, can easily be matched with our Habit Flooring route products to cover those areas without needing to shell out high dollars.
Climbing gym route flooring: Even underneath a NYC high rise building, you will find lead and top-rope climbing at a Brooklyn Boulders location (Queensbridge shown here). As with all of their other locations, they chose to go with the Habit Flooring system for their route flooring for a clean and seamless aesthetic, as well as smooth transitions to the sealed concrete floor beneath.
Climbing gym route flooring: The Habit Flooring route floor system can be as simple or complex as you want it to be, as seen here at Santa Fe Climbing Center which modified the design on the fly to match wall features.
Climbing gym route flooring: Seamless walls at The Front Climbing Club in Salt Lake City, utilize seamless route floor system from Habit Flooring.
Climbing gym route flooring: An early example of our route flooring customized for The Front Climbing Club in Ogden, UT, which chose for a custom color to really stand out.
Climbing gym route flooring: Brooklyn Boulders in Chicago boasts a route climbing area on both the entry (main) level, as well as a mezzanine; both areas fully utilize Habit Flooring route systems and incorporate the Invisi-Seam and Anti-Trip Steel trim.
Climbing gym route flooring: A view of Salt Lake City’s massive Front Climbing Club which boasts well over 40,000 square feet, much of which received the Habit Flooring route system to focus foot traffic away from climbing/belay areas and create a social atmosphere while not active on the walls.
Climbing gym route flooring: Ground Up Climbing Centre in Squamish has a close relationship with Black Diamond, and as a result needed their facility to carry over branding that matched. This extended easily to include a custom colored Habit Flooring route system in black.
Climbing gym route flooring: An up close view of Brooklyn Boulders Somerville, MA location and how seamless the Habit Flooring route system really is when installed.
Climbing gym route flooring: Your route flooring needs to be organized as your gym. This is why our seamless system is a perfect fit to show off how you run things.