I'm building a freestanding climbing wall and have a few questions.
My main concern with the design is that all of the weight of the panels (~300lb) and climber (up to 200lb) goes onto the triangle frames, so they must be built absolutely solid. The small vertical panel at the bottom is not directly supporting any of the weight.
- Does this design look structurally sound, or are there any obvious things you would change?
- The support legs will be mitered on the top, to attach to the angled frame. What is the best way to join the legs to the frame? Would pocket screws be sufficient?
Thank you and appreciate any advice.