2 200 square meters, 180 routes of various difficulty levels, 94 stands, and one cat named Mak – here is some basic data about the largest climbing center in Poland, the Makak Climbing Arena.
The simple routes can be used by children who have just learned to walk, and if they do not feel like climbing, they can use the playground with a mouse hole and slides. The most difficult routes (8c) are intended for super advanced riders, but if someone is just starting their climbing adventure, they can use the help of an instructor who will teach climbing techniques and safe belaying.
Add to this the structures imitating almost all rock formations occurring in nature, for example jams, slings, pillars, floors and roof across the entire width of the hall and a short distance from Młociny metro station, and we will get a very interesting proposal to spend time actively in Warsaw.
And also important information for advanced users: Makak has a “speedwall”, that is a wall for climbing on time, approved by the IFSC International Climbing Federation.