SCHOOL HOLIDAY CLIMBING SESSIONS
SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAM
During the weekend we have climbing clubs for young climbers enrolled on NICAS or NIBAS, via our Junior Coaching Programs. We’ll also have some prep courses for those looking to get started on the Junior Coaching Program, plus a few Fun Sessions as well. We’ve also left some time available in the afternoons for private sessions and Birthday Parties.
60mins | Ages 4-16 | £10.50
1 hour group session of climbing for children aged 4-15 years. Highball Play is aimed at anyone wanting to give climbing a try in a fun filled hour session. It is suitable to ages 4-15 years so siblings and friends can climb together in one group. Includes all equipment. Max Spaces: 6 or 12 (depending on instructor numbers, ratio 1:6)
60 Mins | Ages 8-17 | £10.50
CLUBSESSIONS are 60 minute climbing or bouldering sessions for young climbers age 8 to 17, who want climb regularly within a relaxed, social environment. Climbing Sessions are supervised by our coaching team who, aside from promoting a safe climbing environment, will offer coaching on an informal, individual basis. Teenagers aged 14+ can work towards their GreenCard and it’s also possible to deliver the entry level awards for NICAS and NIBAS awards.
120 Mins | Ages 8+ | From £17.50 p/person
2 hour session recommended for families with children aged 8 years+. These extended 2hr sessions are opportunities for parents and children to take part in the same fun session. During the session we will get you climbing (with ropes and harnesses), bouldering, slacklining (weather permitting) and also climbing caving ladders too! It’s a great way for mums and dads to have fun and #GetClimbing with their children.
60 Mins | From £10
Taster sessions are the perfect starting point for anyone wanting to try it out; it’s a perfect have a go session.
30 mins | Ages 4-12
A supervised 30 minute taster session, this is great for children aged between 4-7 with little or no experience of indoor climbing and bouldering, or children who just want to have a go every now and then, e.g. school holidays.