Setting Routes With Tape? Don’t Forget The Floor

Lots of climbing centers use cloth route setting tape for their walls. It’s durable, bright, easily applied and it leaves no tape residue when removed.

What those centers don’t do (at least a lot of them) is use tape to mark their floors. I am talking about a vinyl tape product called “aisle marking tape” that can help control the flow in your center.

By designating specific areas on your floor with tape markings, you can insure that climbers avoid danger areas and don’t clog up areas where you need quick and easy flow of climbers as they move around the center.

Use different colors of tape to designate starting areas, areas for storing gear and areas that novice climbers should avoid. is your source for gaffers tape, batteries, tie line, extension cords and more. All “Satisfaction Guaranteed”.

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