Indoor climbing, The Ice Factor

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Rock Climbing The Ice Factor
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Leven Rd, Kinlochleven, Lochaber, PH50 4SF

01855 831100

www.ice-factor.co.uk

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The ultimate day out in the Scottish Highlands at the UK's premier adventure centre... indoor ice + rock climbing. winter + summer outdoor hillwalking, mountaineering + climbing. tree top adventure course with tower, abseiling, giant swing + drop zone. shop. restaurant. bar/bistro. children's play areas. equipment + bike hire... Over 600m² of state-of-the-art climbing walls will make up the dry climbing compliment of the Ice Factor's adventure experiences. In the main arena all walls are 15m high and all are equipped for both lead climbing and top roping. Grades are mainly in the mid and upper range. The ice wall is a jaw dropping facility which simply has no rival in the world. It is more than 5 times bigger than any other indoor ice wall. The wall contains nearly 500 tonnes of snow, which has been packed, and maintained, by hand to create a variety of routes from easy angled snow slope through to monster overhangs. The ice wall offers nearly 1400m2 of varying ice climbing routes to a height of 15m, all designed to emulate the type of problems mountaineers may encounter on an outdoor route.



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  1. Robert Pinner
    Robert Pinner
    The Ice Factor

    Some interesting routes. A good range of short, long, physically and mentally demanding climbs. Friendly, helpful staff. The Ice climbing was a new experience, very hard on the forearms and I'd recommend always wearing goggles. I didn't and quite apart f … ...


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    Robert Pinner
    The Ice Factor

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  • Robert Pinner
    Robert Pinner

    Some interesting routes. A good range of short, long, physically and mentally demanding climbs. Friendly, helpful staff. The Ice climbing was a new experience, very hard on the forearms and I'd recommend always wearing goggles. I didn't and quite apart from the ice flying off my axes, I managed to get hit in the eye by a neighboring climber. It hurt a lot and cut my session short.