Free 30 Foot Climbing Wall From Burning Man On Craigslist

Spotted on Craigslist:
“A climbing wall in West Oakland needs a new home. The wall was built for a Burning Man project in 2011, and has been at my warehouse since. I’m moving out to work on a continuing disaster relief project on the East Coast, and the remaining warehouse community members aren’t climbers. It’s 14 feet tall and about 30 feet wide. Can be split into two 15 foot wide sections. Part slab, part overhang, all covered in beautiful murals. Has some holds on it now, and lots more holds in boxes come with it. The whole thing disassembles and reassembles well. Would love to see it go to a good home, where people want to climb on it. Ideally looking for someone who wants to pick it up between 1/26 and 1/30, and has the truck to move it and the equipment to disassemble it. I also have a few bags of shoes and chalk bags to give away. I’m sad to see it go, and really care about it going to a good home, so if you would like it in your space, please tell me a little bit more about yourself, why you want a climbing wall, and where you want to put it.”

Want this in your back yard? Go to Craigslist 

Burning Man climbing wall design

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