Carolina Wall Series

Carolina Wall Series

ATI's Climbing Wall designs are ideal outdoor climbing structures. With heights ranging from 30 to 50 feet, they offer terrain for climbing, rappelling, and other high angle activities. These engineered designs are available in three sizes and shapes, accommodating from 6 to 16 climbers and up to 48 active participants at the same time. We've taken special care to ensure that our designs appeal to all levels of climbers, and offer enough challenges to attract repeat enthusiasts.

Carolina Wall

Site Guide

Ideal Candidates

  • 6 to 48 participants can be actively participating at the same time, depending on model selected 
  • Safety system utilizes a Top-rope (dynamic) belay system 
  • Staff to participant ratio is usually 1:6


  • Any program wanting to develop an outdoor climbing wall program 
  • Camps 
  • Colleges and Universities 
  • Retreat and Conference Centers
  • Park and Rec Programs 
  • Schools 
  • Youth Programs
  • YMCA’s 
  • Corporate Training Programs
  • Outdoor Adventure Programs 
  • Existing Challenge Course Programs


  • All Carolina Climbing Wall designs are highly featured, offering a wide variety of climbing terrain – beginner, intermediate and advanced routes 
    • Square footage of climbing terrain –
      • Carolina Straight Wall.........1,600 sq. ft.
      • Carolina T-Wall....................3,200 sq. ft. 
      • Carolina Tower............over 4,500 sq. ft. 
      • (All these based on 50’ height)
  • Structures can range in height from 30 to 50 feet 
  • Access prevention is created by a removable handhold design 
  • All designs have been engineered for 120 mph wind loads. 
  • All designs are treated with Cedar-tone stain during installation T-nut handhold fasteners are used for handhold attachments.
  • All t-nuts can be reached for maintenance 
  • Upper platform allows for rescue training and rappel activities 
  • Belay benches are located on each side of the wall(s) 
  • Staff Training: 1 day technical training follows installation