Rock Climbing

In rock climbing, you climb up, down and across natural or artificial rock walls, aiming to get to the top or endpoint without falling. The sport has a reputation as being for thrill seekers only. 

While it certainly is thrilling, it is an activity that most people can enjoy if they like a challenge. And the great plus is that it offers a huge range of mental and physical health benefits.

Rock climbing demands that your mind becomes calm and focused. It increases cardiorespiratory fitness as it involves lots of pulling, pushing and lifting. It helps build muscle strength and acts as a full-body exercise

Because of the specific demands of rock climbing, where you are stretching, pushing and contorting, your flexibility, co-ordination and balance are improved. It helps enhance memory and problem solving while boosting the communication skills that are essential to your safety.

Like other forms of climbing, it helps build community, de-stress and combat low mood.

Contact Us to learn more about Rock Climbing and how we can arrange an event for you and your group.


What to bring - Rock Climbing

What we provide

  • Trained instructor/s
  • All the necessary technical equipment to lead the climb
  • Healthy snacks and water

What to bring

  • Comfortable long trousers that you can move easily in
  • Warm, comfortable top layers
  • Firm footwear for accessing the rock climbing area (do not wear sandals or flip flops) and climbing shoes for the activity
  • An outer waterproof layer as weather can change significantly during the course of the day

Suitable for age 8+

Available all year round (weather permitting)

What to bring - Move, Breathe, Swim, Eat

What we provide

– Trained instructor
– Healthy, nutritious lunch and drinks

What to bring

– Comfortable, stretchy pants/shorts
– Swimsuit
– Tee-shirt (long or short sleeves)
– Warm light top or fleece and socks
– Comfortable footwear
– Water bottle
– Towel
– Light blanket

Suitable for age 8+

Available all year round