The Clip 'n Climb - Experience

The Clip ‘n Climb experience includes a 20 minute introduction, harness fitting and safety briefing then a full 60 minutes climbing, finally 5 minutes to remove harness and exit the arena. At Clip ‘n Climb, we make your whole experience as smooth as possible, from booking to climbing it’ll be a breeze.

  Our mission is to have fun and enjoy fitness

  Your goal should be a healthy mind and body

  Our vision is drive fun and fitness one climb at a time

No climbing experience is necessary

Full training is given and we provide the equipment! Members of staff clip climbers onto walls with carabiners and our automatic belay devices take in the slack as you climb and then lower you gently to the ground. Supervisors are close at hand at all times.

Things to consider

Pre-booking of your Clip ‘n Climb session is highly recommended as our sessions fill up quickly. You can call in on the spur of the moment but there is no guarantee that we will have spaces available.

If one parent or guardian is bringing multiple children, some of which are not his own, that adult is responsible for that group.

Weight Restrictions – The minimum weight you have to be is 10kg and the maximum weight restriction is 150kg. This is to allow our Auto Belay to function safely.

Cancellation Policy

For standard climbing bookings you can cancel or amend your booking up to 48hrs in advance of your booking date. You can arrange this by giving us a call on: 01244 956 780

For Exclusive Climbing Sessions and Corporate Events you can cancel or amend your booking up to 7 days in advance of your booking date.

Refunds will only be given if the cancellation is received 7 days in advance or more. Please contact us to cancel or rearrange a booking.

Your Questions

Yes. Are bookings are secured for a minimum of one hour. You can of course book for multiple hours if you wish.
All children from the age of 4 and upwards are able to use our climbing facilities, but must be accompanied by an adult.
An auto belay is an automatic belay device that eliminates the need for a human belayer. The auto belay is attached to the top of the wall taking up the slack as a climber ascends and controls the descent when the climber reaches the top or in the event of a fall.
Climbing ropes tend to have a breaking strain of 2,400kg which is way more than a car or even an SUV! You’re going to have to eat a lot of tiffin to break one! Most items of climbing equipment such as karabiners, harnesses and slings have a similar breaking strain.

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