Join us for an amazing night of climbing! On Thursday, February 22, 2024, starting at 6:00pm, get ready to experience the thrill of climbing in the dark!
Our favourite night is back! On Thursday 22nd February the lights will be turned out throughout the centre - so grab your head torches and get set for a climb in the dark.
The night starts at 6pm and continues until close. The centre will be lit with UV lights so bring along your glow sticks / UV clothes!
After your climb why not treat yourself to a tasty pizza or yummy coffee from our South Ridge Cafe!
Challenge yourself on our roped climbing and bouldering walls, with routes suitable for all abilities. Whether you're a seasoned climber or a beginner, this event promises excitement and fun for everyone.
Grab your friends, lace up your climbing shoes, and get ready for climbing in the dark.
Pre-booking is essential. You can pre book at Eventbrite or grab your ticket at reception. With roped climbing and bouldering being so popular, spaces fill up quickly. The cost is £2, plus your regular admission fee. If you're an competent climber and a member of Summit Up, you can bring along two non-competent climbers with you.
Book Clip ‘n Climb and be part of the exciting Lights Out experience! We have two time slots available, one at 6 pm and another at 7 pm, so you can choose the one that suits you best.
Secure your spot by booking online at www.summitupclimbing.com. The cost per climber is £14.50, which includes all the necessary equipment and a briefing from our experienced instructors. So, grab your friends and come join us for a thrilling climbing adventure in the dark!
Summit Up are delighted to be hosting 3 evenings of film nights from the London Mountain Film Festival.
Christmas Eve: 9am - 4pm
Christmas Day: Closed
Boxing Day: Closed
New Years Eve: 9am - 4pm
New Years Day: Closed
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!