#showusyourwoody is back for another round! If you have a woody of your own, send a photo and short description to firstname.lastname@example.org #showusyourwoody for a chance to be featured on and Rock and Ice‘s Instagram feeds, and in this photo gallery. All shapes and sizes welcome. Facebook
The Tuff Shed Moonboard, Los Alamos, New Mexico. “We bit the bullet last fall, bought a 10-by-12 foot Tuff Shed and built a Moonboard (with additional T-nut grid for more hold options) in it. It’s tight but it’s a full-size Moonboard and it’s been working out great. We also have an adjustable/removable hangboard setup and a removable campus board that Jason designed.” Woody submitted by Allison Fritz.
Homewall of the Eldridge Family – Chattanooga, Tennessee. “My son discovered climbing last June, and has sucked me in with him. He has since joined the High Point climbing team here in Chattanooga and is being coached by Lisa Rands and Wills Young. When he asked for a woody for Christmas, I was more than happy to oblige. It was a learning process, but this is the only present my kids got that they still ‘ lay’ on. Come to find out we live in a climbing mecca, and the community has welcomed us with open arms. Woody submitted by Drew Eldridge.
The Barn Wall. “I put this bouldering wall up in my barn. To the top is 16 feet, at a slight angle. Wall was definitely a great idea!” Woody submitted by Tyler Sherbine (@t_sherbs14).
Homewall of Mick Beckers, Marlo, Victoria, Australia. “We built this around 10 years ago and it’s been a work in progress since then. We have a regular climbing night on Tuesdays. ‘Tuesday night is climbing night’ has become an institution for local climbers to gather, and share a beer and a wild story or two.” Woody submitted by Mick Beckers.
Homewall of the Toy family, Montgomery, Alabama. “Lil crushers @toyboytwins playing on their home Woody in Montgomery. It’s a big hit for all the neighborhood kids plus serves as a place for mom and dad to train.” Woody submitted by Brian Toy (@kemek2).
“The Lab” in Bend, Oregon. “Home woody in my garage here in Bend, OR, dubbed ‘The Lab’. The wall features two eight-foot wide sections, one at 40 degrees and the other at 20 degrees overhanging. I designed the wall so the angles meet halfway up to make the transition easier from one wall to the other.” Woody submitted by Steven Dimmitt (@stevendimmitt).
Homewall of Chris Ball, Australia. “We recently renovated our forever home. Top of the list was a home bouldering wall that would get used, so where else to put it but in the living room opposite the kitchen? The wall has a 30-degree and a 15-degree pitch, and hangboard area. We love it! Wall built by Ross from Awesome Woodys (@awesomewoodys).” Woody submitted by Chris Ball.
The Closet Wall. “Kids’ closet conversion with overhung ceiling section.” Woody submitted by David Matters.
Woody from rural Australia. “Made from scavenged wood and old gym holds, with a few new deluxe uncarved block holds.” Woody submitted by James Wilimaa.
Lowe Family Homewall, Huntsville, Utah. “When our family moved thirty minutes away from our climbing gym, @lowezachary decided the third-car garage would become the personal climbing gym. Master builder @jdclimbs put his wood working skills to work and four weeks later Pete Lowe and family had a legitimate climbing facility.” Woody submitted by Pete Lowe.
The Ceria Hayloft, Gattinara, Italy. “When my grandpa passed away, he left us an old and rotten hayloft. The rest of the family couldn’t see a real value in it, so I have always used this place as a training hall. The walls of the loft aren’t solid—they are crumbly, old and dusty. So my dad built extra structures. He first made an iron [structure] for my fingerboards back in 2008. Then he built a campus board and, last August, while I was injured in elbow, we built our first climbing wall! We matched his patience, talent, skills and dedication to my dreams with my ideas and visions. Most of the time, these features come together beyond this homewall project. The hayloft is becoming more and more various and it’s now time to squeeze these slopey babies!” Woody submitted by Niky Ceria (@nk_ceria).