You don’t need to climb the furniture. Build a home climbing wall in just a few hours.

Five of our climbing panels come with the FreeMount Flange so they require no cutting or ledgers. Installation is quick and simple.

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FreeMount Flange Collection – No ledgers required.

42″ x 6″ x 2″ 


42″ x 42″ x 2″ 


42″ x 42″ x 8″ 


2′ 9″ x 4′ 3″ x 2″ 


4′ 2″ x  3′ 7 3/16″ x 2″ 


42″ x  42″ x 2″ 


Original Collection – Ledgers required.

42″ x 42″ x 1″ 


48″ x 48″ x 2″ 


48″ x 48″ x 2″ 


48″ x 48″ x 2″ 


Design Ideas for Climbing Panels

What are ledgers and why are they part of climbing walls?

In the world of home climbing walls, ledgers are 2 x 4s that are mounted horizontally to a wall by screwing them to the studs in the wall. These allow for more attachment point for the panels since the panels are screwed to the ledger and not into the studs which have a specific spacing. It also lets you use virtually any handhold with a bolt that is too long so that it pokes back behind the panel when completely screwed into the hold. If the bolt is too long and bumps into the wall directly behind the panel, you will end up with spinning holds because you can’t tighten them down. The ledger provides enough space for most bolts to be completely tightened without hitting the back wall.


What is a FreeMount Flange  and how does it make installation faster and easier?

The FreeMount Flange is flange made in the shape of the climbing panel that fulfills the functions of a ledger. The flange is narrow and the center is empty. You screw the FreeMount Flange to the wall studs INSTEAD of using 2 x 4s. 

  • No buying 2 x 4s
  • No cutting
  • FreeMount Flanges and their corresponding panels can be mounted discontiguously. Since they are sized to cross at least two studs for attachment, you can mount them so they don’t touch and have different orientations.