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Pulse Pump Week – 10-14th Feb

The competition calendar is starting to take shape for this year, so it’s time to dust off those forearms and start cranking. To get used to the competition format and for a bit of training we bring you The Pulse Pump Week. From Monday to Friday (10-14th February) take as many shots as like to get your highest score. Choose

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New book Bouldering Essentials

Bouldering Essentials is packed with clear, practical advice for everyone interested in bouldering whether a complete beginner looking to learn the basics, an indoor climber keen to start bouldering outdoors or an experienced boulderer who wants to explore advanced topics such as dynamics, strategy, tactics and highballing. With a foreword by renowned climber Johnny Dawes, the book features over 200

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2014 Pricing Changes

As of January 1st 2014 Pulse Climbing has made some adjustments to our pricing structure. Please take some time to familiarise yourself with our new pricing. Normal Entry Adults: $16 Concession: $14 Child under 12 years: $13 Group Pricing Including harness hire Adults: $19 Concession: $18 Child under 12 years: $16 Using your own harness Adults: $15 Concession: $13 Child

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Summer Opening Hours

Up to Sunday 22nd we will be operating our normal opening hours. Monday 23rd – 10am – 10pm Christmas Eve – 10am – 4pm Christmas & Boxing Day – CLOSED Friday 27th – 10am – 6pm Monday 30th – 10am – 6pm New Year Eve – 10am – 4pm New Years Day – CLOSED From January 2nd onwards till the

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Climbing Training – 5 steps to getting on the wagon

Sooo, holidays were good. But, now I’m a big fat, fatty and motivation is running loooooow. What to do, what to do. Denial Never admit how bad it is, “surely it’s not that bad I can still crank”. First night back on the boulder wall is a rude shock to the system and rules that out entirely. My arms were

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Grampians Climbing – Pulse heads south

Heaven is a place on Earth? The Grampians national park located in central Victoria is my idea of heaven. World class boulder fields and crags, good mates and a cosy wood fired cabin in the middle of winter. How does it get better? With good weather… that’s how. In previous years I had headed down to the Grampians with my

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Australian Boulder Nationals wrap up

Most of you who have been regularly climbing at Pulse over the last couple months will have probably seen a young, motivated kid with a long fringe, skipping school to train. Ben Able has been devoting all of his spare time for the national bouldering competition held at Villawood indoor climbing gym down in Sydney. For this competition Ben gave

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5 Must do steep routes in the Hunter

If you’re a lactic addict, we’ve got five awesome routes you need to add to your Hunter tick list. There aren’t heaps of steep routes around the Hunter, but the ones that do exist are pretty good. And then there is The Cave at Bulahdelah. This list could be filled with 20 great steep routes do in The Cave, but

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