We provide the data,

you face the wall

ClimbAlong is a series of digital products aiming to accompany climbers in their passion for the sport.

By combining data and analysis, we offer you another point of view on the activity: thanks to new insights, we aim for a better understanding of climbing and for improvement.

At ClimbAlong, as a software firm and climbers, we want to contribute to the growth and future of the sport in respect of its core values.

Our products…

ClimbAlong app

With the ClimbAlong app, anyone can become a contributor to the sport: simply take a picture of any route in any gym to analyse it!

Log your sends and visualize your strengths and weaknesses as you climb towards higher grades.

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A competition is more than just a live stream.

With ClimbAlong Spectator, we want to enhance the viewing experience by providing data insights on the event and the climb: novices as well as experienced climbers can benefit from a new level of comprehension.

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Where is your nearest climbing community? How is the climbing in the world today?

Have an overview of climbing facilities with the ClimbAlong Map. Is your gym not on it? Don’t worry — just add a new gym and share its whereabouts with the world. Simple and easy!

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… are based on these technologies…

More than just cool features, these technologies work collectively to build up a new representation of our sport.

Image analysis

Holds and routes recognition is the first step to create reliable data: it’s the visualization before the climb.

Photogrammetry and 3D

Pictures are good… But 3D models of competition boulders and routes allow the viewer to explore them in details, even remotely.

It literally adds another dimension to the climb.


Movement recognition

Climbing is all about the right position and the right movement.

We apply university researches on movement recognition to grasp “why this foot slipped again!”

AI Machine learning

Automating our technologies will allow us to go further and faster in the future understanding of the sport.


… and developed with our collaborators