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If you have your own harness, shoes and chalk bag you should bring those along.
If you do not have your own gear you will need to hire the harness and shoes (bring socks – these shoes get shared around) and a chalk bags are optional.These are all available from the front desk. We ask that kids wear non-marking sand shoes.
Crank is designed so everyone can climb. A certain degree of fitness helps, but climbing progresses from routes that are easier than a ladder all the way through to hanging upside down from your fingertips. It is as challenging as you want to make it.
If you are good enough, then you are old enough really. Age doesn’t matter for kids as long as they can fit into a harness.
At the other end of the spectrum, there are people in their 60’s and 70’s who put most 25 year olds to shame.
The minimum belaying age however, is restricted to 14,
Parkour is best described as a discipline, comparable to martial arts. It is, by definition, not competitive, and promotes: Being strong and able to help others. However, parkour practitioners often combine their training with other art-forms and disciplines such as dance, martial arts, calisthenics etc. to express their own movement styles.
Parkour also inspires freedom; being free in a natural or city environment that restricts direction, such as trees, logs, rocks, boulders, railings and staircases.
For those that would like to learn, we offer casual sessions each week. Check out or calendar for more information.
Parkour is a great cardio workout consisting of running, jumping, crawling, vaulting, swinging. The practice of Parkour requires focus, strength, balance and most importantly… its heaps of fun.
Its a one 1 hour session per week. Check out the bookings section above for a little bit of information. Although not mandatory, due to its popularity we recommend booking ahead, either through our booking widget or in the gym.
Located on Kessels Road behind Nick Scali.
The driveway to the left of AMF Bowling.