The climbing hall is situated in the old village mill, close to public transport. It is composed of five distinct parts.
The Chavornay climbing wall is divided into five distinct areas.
The halls :
- A bouldering area adjacent to the refreshment room: 110 m2 of floor space and 4 m high, with difficulties ranging from the easiest to the most difficult.
- Salle Suchet: 10 m high with 320 m2 of wall, the ropes are already installed. Four different types of structure in the same room, including the famous hexagonal slabs and a 10m-high ornamental climbing wall specially designed for children. The ropes are in place except on the slope.
- Salle Aigulles in Baulmes: 10 m high and 280 m2 of wall, with the ropes already installed. This room is primarily intended for teaching purposes. The grey wall can be tilted at will.
- Salle Saint Loup: 13 m high with 440 m2 of wall, designed for lead climbing. If you want to make the most of it, you'll need a rope and 10 quickdraws. Otherwise we have all the equipment for hire.
- The outside wall, the "STAMMWALL", is 20 m high and has a surface area of 160 m2. It is designed for lead climbing and has a self-securing system.
Visitors can also grab a bite to eat at the friendly bar, which overlooks an area dedicated to the little ones, and discover the on-site shop.