Climbing Centres

Having access to Indoor & outdoor climbing activity centres can carry great benefits to pupils & youths alike. A fun & challenging climbing activity is proven to exercise the mind and also the body – ideal for students & teachers wishing to take learning outside of the classroom. Aside from some of the obvious physical advantages like getting the heart pumping (a 1-hour session alone can burn well over 700 calories!), building muscle & endurance and developing flexibility, climbing experiences are also proven to help students by boosting brain function, teaching valuable life & problem-solving skills, and reducing stress, to name but a few. Remember, an indoor climbing school trip can go ahead as planned whatever the weather, and is a fantastic way for beginners to learn the fundamentals & basics of working as part of a team, or as individual, in a safe & dry environment! Climbing centres can be used as an alternative to less conventional P.E. sport and in addition, can offer something to those children that find usual school sports challenging. Climbing can be useful for all Key stage 1 to 3 pupils; however, can be especially beneficial for those Key stage 4 pupils looking to take climbing as a GCSE P.E. & sport assessed activity. Please see our listed Climbing activity centres to find a suitable venue.


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Offers high quality outdoor learning, day visits & activity sessions to schools, colleges & educational groups. Delivering a wide range of land & water based outdoor & adventurous activities, with an educational programme for key stages 2 to 4. 
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Treetop Trek Manchester offers adventurous outdoor school trips, where students can challenge themselves in a safe environment while also developing their cooperation skills.
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Parson House Outdoor Pursuit Centre is dedicated to providing a safe environment for outdoor activities to take place in. The centre is set in the beautiful moorland of The Peak District National Park, surrounded by fields and moorland.
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Gravity Trampoline Parks Yorkshire offers educational school trips, in which students can improve on their physical abilities while also enjoying some of the many fun activities that are provided.
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Here at the Avertical World Indoor Climbing Centre, students can participate in Tayside’s only dedicated indoor climbing centre. Not only will they have the chance to try out this thrilling activity, they will also be taught by passionate professionals.
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Welcome to Tittesworth Water Sports and Activity Centre, nestled beneath the wonderful Roaches and on the border of the Peak District National Park just outside of Leek, Staffordshire.
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The GBC Outdoor Education Centre based at the heart of the Hampshire. Delivering quality educational experiences to young people from Reception YR upwards.
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Family run outdoor education centre, offering a complete range of services from a full board outdoor adventure programme though to just accommodation. Fully licensed, insured and using experienced, well qualified instructors.
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Provides an outdoor education experience to groups who are primarily disadvantaged in some way or shape. A traditional Outdoor Centre set in a rural  location, portraying the natural woodland feel of the 36-acre area within which the Centre is situated.
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Based on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, the Centre offers exciting outdoor activities in natural settings, along with homely accommodation in a charming Victorian building.
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The award winning Centre based in 25 acres of beautiful woods, fields & river valley aim to give the best outdoor experience you have ever had with many exciting, fun and challenging outdoor pursuits and a strong emphasis on team work and the environment.
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The beauty of Clip ‘n Climb is it’s fun. It’s almost incidental that climbers get a good physical workout as well as helping building confidence, group morale, team building and competitiveness both individual and in your group.
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