Indoor Climbing

Climbing walls are one of the fastest growing areas of the 'outdoor industry' and 9/10 climbers now start their climbing careers inside. We love the wall, especially in the winter or on wet days!

We also run instructor qualifications, for more info click here

 
 
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Intro to climbing

Intro Course
£45 per person, per day. 1:4 ratio

This is an indoor focused course covering basics such as fitting a harness and helmet, tying knots, belaying, climbing movement and most importantly having fun.

Prerequisites: None and equipment is provided!

 
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Indoor learn to lead evenings

Learn to lead evenings

These will be 2, 2 hour sessions, run max 1:4 and cost £60 per person with ropes supplied. You will need to be a competent top rope climber and belayer. We will cover belaying, clipping, falling and look at how to thread sports routes too.

 
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Indoor learn to lead daY

Learn to lead day
£80 per person, 1 day course. 1:2 ratio

You will need to be a competent top rope climber and belayer. We will cover belaying, clipping, falling and look at how to thread sports routes too.

Prerequisites: Some seconding experience and the desire to lead

 
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Indoor to outdoors conversion

£160 per person, 2 day course. 1:2 ratio

Traditionally people learnt to climb from going out with more experienced friends. In the late 1970’s climbing walls appeared to offer climbers training opportunities in the winter. Nowadays many people take their first steps inside on plywood and plastic; our courses take you outside on to real rock!

Prerequisites: Some indoor climbing experience; an ability to belay is an advantage