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OUTDOOR ROCK CLIMBING

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Want to try climbing outside for the first time on real rock?

No experience is necessary, just a keen spirit for some fun. Whilst booking you can choose your location between those listed below.

 

You'll need-

     -Stout footwear

     -Suitable clothing for the weather e.g.                                                       sunhat/waterproofs

     -A keen spirit for some adventure

You'll be supplied with-

  • All necessary safety equipment 

  • An experienced instructor with outstanding knowledge


 - Minimum participant age of 6
- Sessions are typically  2 - 3 hrs  
- All equipment provided excl. footwear

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Croyde Bay  8 -10 meter wall

Croyde bay is home to a super friendly easy angled slab with routes up to 10meters! A beautiful walk along the southwest coast path leads to a dirt track & short rocky scramble to our climbing area. no climbing experience is necessary & there could even be the opportunity to do the 18meter abseil!

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Valley of rocks  8 -10 meter wall

Castle rock is a great venue with awesome views! a short walk up a dirt/stone track leads to a lovely level base of the climbs, which helps to get lots of vertical distance done, there are climbs here of all difficulties, certain to keep everyone entertained!

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Westward HO!   7-8 meter wall

Rocks nose may be lacking in stature but packs a great punch, there are a couple of easier climbs here, with moderate levels through to tricky climbs too. access is via a concrete walkway (can sometime be a little sea weed covered) followed by a short boulder hop. 

From £35 Per Person

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Locations - 

Baggy Point (Croyde)

Sea Cliff Experiences & Guiding

Ideal for people who have tried climbing before & really want to go out there with their climbing experience. The rock, the sound of the sea, disappearing off the beaten track, what's not to enjoy.

This session may start with a skills check on a smaller slab on the way out to the infamous 'Ben' Slab (Probably the most popular climbing destination in North Devon).

Once at the 'Ben' Slab we will start with a whopping 40meter abseil, which you will then have you test yourself climbing skills to scale the immense wall, back to the top!

This session is only available for up to 2 people at a time, due to the nature of the environment we will be playing in. The Session will last for between 3 1/2 to 4 hrs. 

You'll need-

     -Stout footwear, Climbing shoes if you have them.

     -Suitable clothing for the weather e.g.                                                                  sunhat/waterproofs

     -A Rucksack with some water and a snack

     -A keen spirit for some adventure

You'll be supplied with-

  • All necessary safety equipment

  • An experienced instructor with expert knowledge

£150 4 hours

£170 6 hours

Rock Skills
Learn to lead trad

Learn to Lead Trad

What is 'Trad' Climbing?

 

Trad Climbing is the traditional form of climbing and is the main focus within the UK. With this style of climbing the leader will typically place removable protection in cracks on the rock and attach the rope to these to protect themselves in the event of a fall. Unlike indoor climbing once at the top, the leader will create an anchor point to bring the second climber up to. 

 

The Course will give you information needed to make the step to leading traditional climbing routes. This course can include (but not limited too): equipment selection, venue choice, guidebook use/interpretation, 'racking a harness', placing effective protection, belaying, building anchors, retreat from a route, retrieving equipment.

A one day course will scratch the surface of the skills needed. A 2 day course will give a good in-depth knowledge of skills to go away and practice.

You'll need-

     - Climbing shoes

     - A suitable harness (please ask if unsure) 

     - Your own 'Rack' (should you own one)

     - Suitable clothing for the weather e.g.                                                       sunhat/waterproofs

     - Food and Drink

     - A rucksack for carrying equipment to and from the             crag

You'll be supplied with-

  • All necessary safety equipment 

  • Helmets (if you do not have your own)

  • A Climbing rack

  • Rope(s)

  • A variety of conditions and ideas to give a greater depth of knowledge

  

- Sessions are typically  4-6 hrs  
- All equipment provided excl. footwear

£100 per person 

up to 2 people

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Locations - 

Irish Man's Wall (belstone)

Valley of Rocks (Lynton)

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Locations - 

Chudleigh (South East Devon)

Portland (Dorset)

Cheddar (Somerset) 

Learn to Lead Sport

What is sport climbing?

Sport climbing is very similar to indoor climbing in that you will find anchor points bolted or glued into the rock to which you will attach the rope using quickdraws. like indoors you will lower to the ground after your climb although using a slightly different method to the gym.

Would you like transfer your skills from the climbing gym to the real thing? Have you been climbing outdoors for a while but are keen to take the step to leading? This course is for you.

This is a 1 day course that will cover the skills needed to get you moving on the rock with a focus to leading. 

You'll need-

     -Your own harness/rock shoes

     -Stout footwear

     -Suitable clothing for the weather e.g.                                                       sunhat/waterproofs

     -A keen spirit for some adventure

You'll be supplied with-

  • All necessary safety equipment 

  • Ropes

  • Helmets

  • Guidebooks

  • An experienced instructor with outstanding knowledge

  • personalised action plans at the end of the day

  • A money off voucher should you wish to book a second session

  
- Minimum participants age of 12
- Sessions are typically  4-6 hrs  
- All equipment provided

£90 per person

up t0 4 participants

Learn to Lead
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