Lattice Training Partners
Lattice Training have partnered up with climbing walls and climbing coaches around the world to bring our in-depth climbing assessment expertise to a wall near you.
On this page, you will find information on our worldwide partner walls which have their own lattice board and run assessments.
If you want to book a Lattice Board Assessment near you, you can either contact a partner wall directly or contact a coach who operates in your area. If you’ve got any questions, you can always drop us an email. We’ll be able to work out what’s best for you.
Which lattice board is best for me?
The Lattice Board can be mounted at a variety of angles to vary the difficulty of climbing around the board. Steeper angles are typically better for higher grade climbers, while shallower angles are more appropriate for lower grade climbers. Where possible, it’s worth using a Lattice Board at an angle that is appropriate for you. As a guide, we recommend the following grade ranges:
Sport Grade (french)
Sport Grade (YDS)
|10°||6a to 7b||10b to 11d||V0 to V4|
|15°||6b to 8a+||10d 13c||V1 to V6|
|20°||6c to 8b||11b to 14c||V3 to V8|
|27.5°||7b+ to 8c+||12c to 14c||V6 to V12|
|50°||8b upwards||13d upwards||V10 upwards|
Lattice Board Locations
Robin O’Leary, Oakwood – Variable Angle
Jonathan Redshaw, Oakwood (Variable) & High Sports, Brighton (20°)
Avertical World, Dundee – 20°
Awesome Walls, Sheffield – 15°
Big Rock, Milton Keynes – 20°
(research location) Chichester University
Derby University – 20°
HarroWall, London – 20°
High Sports, Brighton – 20°
Oakwood, Wokingham – Variable Angle
The Boardroom, Chester – 27.5°
The Boulder Bunker – 20°
The Foundry, Sheffield – 27.5°
The Project, Poole – Variable Angle
Awesome Walls, Dublin – 27.5°
Boulder World, Belfast – 27.5°
USA and Canada
Lattice Academic Partners
At Lattice Training, we’re passionate about climbing research through data collection and analysis we have carried out ourselves and through academic partnerships. We currently have links with the University of Derby, University of Chichester and Sheffield Hallam University in the format of research collaborations, associate lectureships and laboratory based location of our Lattice Board.