Do you run a local group? Are you looking for a fun activity suitable for all ages and abilities? If the answer is yes, then you’ve come to the right place, as we’ve got the perfect activity for you!
Clip ‘n Climb is the global leader in fun climbing, with colourful climbing challenges designed to test the strength, determination and agility of climbers of all abilities, ensuring your group has an absolute blast!
Clip 'n Climb Oldham has provided tailormade climbing sessions for everyone from Cheerleading and martial arts clubs to Scouts and dance clubs. And with hot and cold food available from our South Ridge Café, you can enjoy a climbing session and then sit back and watch others take on the climbing challenges whilst you enjoy the best pizza in town!
We take your safety seriously, that’s why before your session you’ll receive a full safety briefing by one of our trained team members and you’ll receive your harness, which will be checked for fit before you enter the arena. In the arena you’ll spot our innovative Belay Mate at each climb, which ensures 100% safety for climbers when attached to our Auto Belay system, also enabling you to climb solo. All you have to do is click in and climb.
We offer special discounts for groups. It's a perfect activity for an end of term event or one off reward. So, what are you waiting for, get in touch to discuss a bespoke climbing session and give your club a trip to remember!
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."