Rock Climbing is a great challenge. Ascending near vertical rock faces with your hands and the rubber of your shoes, protected by rope and harness. It’s challenging and exhilarating but at the same time very satisfying.
Your abilities will quickly improve and you will be climbing routes you wouldn’t have been able to at the start of the session.
Our regular venues are listed below, but we also climb near Ingleton and in the Langdale Valley.
This site looks like nothing from the carpark, but as you approach it an impressive slab of rock appears through the trees. As you climb up the rock, the view opens up to show the vast seascape of Morcamebe Bay.
The climbing here is challenging but friendly and a great place to get the feel for climbing, on real rock. It is also possible to do climbing and abseiling combined from this venue.
Meeing below the impressive flanks of Weathelam is an impressive sight. We run our climbing on the slate mine in the bedrock above the parking spot. This venues does involve a steep walk and the climbing is quite challenging.
This venue can also be used for abseilng and easy ghyll scrabling.
For those who have already got some experience perhaps indoors and would like to explore the sport further and higher.
All equipment included
Minimum price is 4 persons for private sessions
Stag Groups / Hen Parties
Can be adapted to those with mobility difficulties
Parking is free
Small group climbing with a qualified climbing guide. Either a trip up high or an introduction to climbing outside.
We will need to have a chat so that we can pitch the right location to your experience - drop us a line.
A guide can work with 1,2 or 3 people, depending on previous experience and desired level of experience.
The site of our Mega Abseil involves a 100ft descent into the abandoned quarry and then exiting by a pitch black tunnel.
We also have a smaller abseil in the same spot which can be accessed through abandoned tunnels.
Mega Abseiling takes 3 hours and has a over 16 age limit. Abseiling (Cathedral) take 2 hours and is suitable for families.
Climbing and Abseiling together is a great option for a longer experience.
Both activites are based from the same location, which means maximum time outdoors having fun. Doing the two sessions together adds about an extra hour to the session and gives you a chance to get to grips moving confidently on the rock.