BIGWALLSPORT. Climbing Centre. Pavilion No. 22 Fruit and Vegetable Gardening (former Grape Growing and Gardening)
The climbing centre BigWall is open to the public.
The BigWall climbing wall, based on its different types and structures, imitates a real rock face partially or completely. The big and spacious pavilion is transformed into an advanced technological world created especially for amateur and professional climbers. It is suitable for both young and experienced athletes.
Bigwallsport sets the standard in urban climbing.
Our big pavilion, filled with light, takes you to into a new world, to a unique, personal experience and a comfortable environment for meeting fellow climbers.
Visitors are greeted by a spacious hall surrounded by panoramic windows. The 13-m-high climbing wall has a zone that imitates real rock to give you the feeling of a real mountain climber. We also have 9-m-high walls with routes of varying difficulty: our professional coaches will help you choose the right one for you.
All walls are equipped with safety harnesses for beginners and solo climbers.
Our climbing centre gives you a great opportunity to try something new and fun.
In the past, the Fruit and Vegetable Gardening pavilion was engaged in cultivating various garden crops.
Date of Construction, Author
The pavilion was built in 1967 in the place of the destroyed Grape Farming pavilion by the architects Akopov and Zhuk with the assistance of Pumpyanskaya; the engineer was A. M. Broyda.
Initially, it was called Fruit and Vegetable Gardening and Potato Farming, then—Grape Farming and Gardening (with the name change, the exposition didn't actually change much).
It hosts the first stage of the BIGWALLSPORT climbing centre—the bouldering hall.