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Christmas opening times

This year we will be closed Christmas Day, Boxing day and New Years Day. We will open from 9am - 4pm on Christmas Eve and New Years Eve. During the rest of the school holidays we will be open one hour earlier throughout the week from 9am - 10am. On 2nd January we will be open 9am - 7pm. From Monday 3rd January, we will revert to the usual opening times of Monday to Friday 10am - 10pm and Saturday and Sunday 9pm-7pm.


Christmas Merchandise Bundles

Christmas sorted - Clip 'n Clip style! If you are still looking for Christmas presents for your little climbers, we have 3 merchandise bundles for sale in the centre starting from only £9.99. Pop into the centre to buy yours. Available from 6th December 2021.


Christmas Jumper Day at Summit Up

This year for Christmas Jumper Day, we’re giving all our customers a FREE Valo Climb!

All you need to do is come wearing your best Christmas Jumper on Friday 10th December.

To book your session, please visit Don’t forget to share your photos tagging @clipnclimboldham #ChristmasJumperDay!


Book now for our Halloween Special!

We are running Halloween Special sessions on Friday 29th October at 4.30pm, 5.30pm or 6.30pm.

Face your fears on one of the largest and highest Clip 'n Climbs in the UK. The sessions promise to be 2 hours of hauntingly good fun! BOOK EARLY to avoid disappointment.


Top five benefits of climbing for children and young people

Climbing offers physical, mental and social benefits for children and young people. If you are thinking of taking your child climbing, there are many reasons why this is one of the best sports you can choose. From increasing strength, endurance and flexibility to building confident and self esteem, climbing can benefit your child in many ways.


Summit Up Climbing Centre: The Journey So Far

EXCITEMENT is building ahead of Summit Up coming to town....and the official opening is still some months away.

Summit Up is an Olympic-style indoor climbing and leisure centre in the heart of Oldham, set to attract up to 90,000 people to the town annually.