"The indoor rock climbing wall is a simulated natural rock surface with a series of large and small artificial climbing holds. There are nine climb lines ranging in height from eight to fifteen meters. Encompassing sixty individual climbs, the wall has an allocated grade ranging from beginner to advance".
"Indoor rock climbing empowers participants to experience and put into practice leadership, teamwork, and conflict resolution skills. The physical, mental, and emotional tasks they accomplish will help to create a positive self-image that will benefit participants throughout life." What an activity!
One that's more than just an activity, but an experience than can influence your belief in yourself thus enforcing confidence in other areas of your live. Doesn't that sound awesome? If you get try this in a group through school or work. it's also a fantastic team building activity to do.
I would definitely try indoor rock climbing again, but I think I may have to get my arms in better shape first before I tackle the more advanced climbs. If you're on the Sunshine Coast, try it at the same place we did, if not try it anywhere near your home and give it all you've got!