High Sports Climbing Wall

The new Wycombe Climbing Wall offers 17 climbing lines with over 50 different routes up to 10m in height across a wide range of climbing grades (4+ to 7c). 

Constructed using the latest CNC cut multi-faceted ply system, the new wall offers fantastic route setting variations and challenges suitable for everyone. The wall also features a striking twin pinnacle chock-stone abseil ledge and a further free standing ‘flake’ constructed using rock-form curved resin to simulate real rock structures.
We believe that Everyone Can Climb and the wall is accessible to all, offering a wide range of sessions  starting at age 4.
Our comprehensive Junior Climbing programme turns little monkeys into skilled climbers! With Pebbles Club for ages 4-6 and a Junior Rock Club for ages 7-16.
Climbing is a friendly and sociable sport, independent climbers will love our regular routesetting and exciting wall a nd beginners can learn all the skills needed in our flexible Rock Start programme (age 16+).
We also run a range of taster sessions and parties – great for birthdays, teambuilding or just a fun activity!
A comprehensive schools programme will be offered ranging from PE sessions through to GCSE PE. Special schools and those with disabilities are especially welcome and an industry leading para-climbing club will form part of the main activity programme.
 
Opening Hours:

Monday 3pm-10pm
Tuesday 3pm-10pm
Wednesday 1pm-10pm
Thursday 1pm-10pm
Friday 3pm-10pm
Saturday 9pm-6pm
Sunday 9pm-6pm

 
 

 

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Handy Cross,
High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire,
(For Sat Nav please enter HP11 1TJ) , HP11 1UP
Tel: 01494 688 100
Zoggs swim shop

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