Looking for an outdoor rock climbing experience?
Fancy something a bit different?
If you’ve never rock climbed before, this day experience is perfect for you.
Rock climbing is a fantastic way to get active and have fun outdoors. Our taster session is perfect for those who want to try it or have a fun day out with friends. You’ll learn the basics of movement on rock, making your way to the top safety attached to a tight rope.
With stunning views, our outdoor climbing venue is the perfect place to experience this thrilling sport. Our experienced and friendly instructors will ensure you have a safe and enjoyable time while climbing and they’ll even teach you how to belay someone.
Afterwards, you’ll have a new appreciation for the sport – and maybe even a newfound passion.
Book your place on our group rock climbing session now!
Who’s it for?
Anyone who wants to try rock climbing regardless of past experience.
It’s a great group activity so it’s great for
- Stag and hen do’s
- Birthday parties
- Work celebrations
- Friends who want to have fun
- Team building
- Away days
- Family trips out
This is great for groups no matter the size. We need 4 at a minimum and up to 6 people can be booked online. We do cater for larger groups too, so if there are more than 6 of you please get in touch for a bespoke package
- Peak District
- Snowdonia & Lake District are also available on request
We normally meet at 9:30 and have a quick brew before we head out to the crag.
We usually meet at the Roaches Tea Rooms and climb nearby, but as this is a bespoke adventure we can meet you at a range of venues across the peak district.
Start time: 09:30 – Finish time: 16:30
Please note, these times are approximate and could be subject to minor changes. Please leave plenty of time when booking public transport.
We keep a close eye on the weather at all times!
If it’s just looking a little damp, overcast or showery the course will go ahead as normal. Most of the time it’s never as bad as the forecast makes out!
If however, the weather is looking terrible for the duration of the course then you will be given the choice of re-booking for another day later in the year.
We provide all the specialist equipment such as ropes, harnesses and helmets.
What to wear?
We will be outdoors all day and we want you to be comfortable so you’ll need a few things depending on the weather.
Generally, wearing a few layers will give you the most flexibility and help you to stay warm. A T-shirt with a warm fleece layer will keep you warm but please also bring a waterproof jacket. This will help if we have any showers but it will also work as a wind barrier.
Hats and gloves are also a good idea too. Hats with bobbles won’t fit under the helmets but beanie-style ones will.
Jogging bottoms, leggings, and yoga pants are all good to wear on your lower half. You want to maintain flexibility and range of motion so Jeans are out. They also take ages to dry if we get caught in a rain shower.
Don’t wear anything too valuable either as the rock is rough and can damage clothes.
- A qualified instructor
- Helmet and a harness
- Equipment for the session
- Travel to the venue
- Parking charges (where applicable)
- Food and Drink
- Anything else not stated in the included session