The climbing hall meeting of the German Alpine Club (DAV) is the leading trade fair, exchange place and platform for the international climbing industry.
The latest products and trends for climbing halls will be presented at the Halls & Walls event.
Whether you are looking for climbing holds, bouldering crash pads, and safety technology there will be a variety of exhibitors presenting products in all categories.
Our international exhibitors have years of expertise and experience. If you have any questions you can get an on-site consultation.
Halls and Walls is the best place to network and meet with climbing hall operators, manufacturers and meet other important contacts in the climbing industry.
Halls & Walls is the trade fair and exchange platform for the climbing hall and bouldering industry. The biggest movers in the climbing industry such as climbing and bouldering hall operators, route setters and trainers, manufacturers of climbing walls and many more in the in the climbing community meet at Halls & Walls. Experts will be discussing the latest developments, current studies as well as trends in the climbing industry at Halls & Walls. Projects and products related to climbing are presented in several valuable lectures and discussions.
Halls & Walls began in 2011 as the climbing hall meeting of the German Alpine Club (DAV) and has developed into a leading trade fair. What makes it unique is its mixture of trade show exhibition with expert lectures and key industry meetings.
In November 2021 Halls & Walls will be held for the first time as a part of VERTICAL PRO by the Messe Friedrichshafen. The German Alpine Club remains the ideal sponsor of Halls & Walls.
At Halls & Walls you can get everything you need for your climbing hall. You will find international exhibitors for walls, holds, accessories, software and hardware manufacturers.
As a provider of products or services for climbing and bouldering halls, would your company like to be an exhibitor at "Halls & Walls" at VERTICAL PRO 2021 and be part of the community? Find out more here: