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Climbing and Bouldering in Glasgow

  • See also Sport
  • Climb Zone - The UK’s tallest indoor slide is at Climbzone, at XSite Braehead. The modern-day version of a helter skelter is 16 metres high and is ideal for thrill-seekers looking for some excitement and fun.
  • Glasgow Climbing Centre - Containing roped climbing, auto-belays, bouldering and lead climbing, The Glasgow Climbing Centre has something for all styles of indoor climbing. The centre does require that you take a practical assessment before you can be let loose on any of the roped climbs. But once completed, you'll have access to seven TrueBlue auto-belays, over forty roped climbs and twenty lead climbs – giving more route options than you’ll know what to do with.
    • The Newsroom - The Newsroom is a huge bouldering centre with high walls, plenty of floor space, regularly changing routes and a bunch of training equipment and weekly events.
    • The Prop Store - Now open 7 days a week, The Prop Store delivers a brand new climbing experience to Glasgow North with contemporary bouldering walls as well as roped walls for leading, top-rope and auto belay.
  • Climbzone, Braehead (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter) - Climbzone, Braehead is Glasgow’s premier indoor adventure park. A perfect playground for all ages and thrill seekers and home to UK’s tallest indoor slide! Scale the epic Climbing wall take the plunge off The Drop,soar round The Skypark and race down the UK’s tallest indoor slide.
  • Kelvinhall Clip n'Climb - Enjoy an exciting day out full of empowering, action-packed challenges for everybody! There are climbing challenges available for all abilities, and the truly brave can take on the Leap of Faith! (to take the leap you need to be at least 120cm tall).
  • Climb Scotland: Cuningar Loop Boulders (alt link) - Scotland's first outdoor bouldering park is designed to introduce new climbers to the sport whilst also providing challenges for the more experienced climber. A couple of boulders also have features to allow for para-climbing. We recommend that climbers use fall protection mats, as some of the boulders are over 4m high.
climbing.txt · Last modified: 2023/07/17 16:54 by admin