So, you’re looking for things to do with the kids. You’ve tried trampoline parks, bowling, crazy golf, soft play centres, and everything else in between… But have you tried Clip ‘n Climb?
Clip ‘n Climb offers a great way for you and your children to get into climbing, or just to try something new and burn off some energy! With brightly coloured climbing challenges, each wall is totally different making each climb more interesting than the last.
Here’s five reasons why Clip ‘n Climb is a great thing to do with the kids.
Trampoline parks and soft play centres are great fun, but they can get a bit repetitive, not Clip ‘n Climb! With over 35 super fun, colourful climbing challenges, and lots of ways to climb each challenge increasing the level of difficulty each time you climb, you and your child will want to come back time and time again.
Watch your child navigate their way up the various challenges, reaching heights you and they never knew they could! Starting off with some of the easier challenges to build your child’s confidence, our instructors can help guide them around the arena if they’re a bit unsure to begin with, but we guarantee, they’ll soon be climbing the walls!
Clip ‘n Climb is great for all ages, and abilities, and makes for a great family day out, with our regular sessions open for climbers aged 4 to 94, you can take part alongside your child if you wish and even challenge them to a climb against the clock, or see who can hold on the longest on the vertical drop slide!
Our number one priority is the safety of all our climbers. A full safety briefing is given at the start of each session, where climbers will be fitted with a harness, learn how to use the BelayMate (our innovative and easy to use safety mechanism to enable solo climbing), and be shown how to safely move around the climbing arena. And of course, our fully trained instructors are always there to lend a hand or offer advice if needed. They may also challenge you to a climbing race or two!
And last, but certainly not least, our South Ridge Café serves great pizzas, if we do say so ourselves. So, let us take care of lunch or dinner, and the washing up, so you don’t have to!
Elliot has started climbing sessions with Sarah, at Summit Up, which has been fantastic! Climbing has such a positive impact on him. It is so good for his physical fitness and each time he climbs, we see him really having to work hard and use his problem-solving skills. Most important of all, he clearly really enjoys it!
I needed a sport that gave me the sense of adventure I was missing in my life....If I had an addiction, it would be climbing. I just can’t imagine living without it.
For anyone thinking of starting climbing, Tim's advice is simple, "It's less about your arms than you think. If you can climb a flight of stairs, then you are able to climb a rock climb."