One of our most popular activities, challenge yourself to climb to the top of our high ropes tower
There is an amazing sense of achievement when you complete your first rock climb. Reaching the top and admiring the view is is an experience you'll never forget.
LOPC has 4 different climbing walls with various different difficulty levels.
The longest route is 12m, which starts on a slope before going vertical. This is an excellent beginner’s wall, aimed at people aged 5 years upwards.
The 3 other walls are vertically upwards from the start and provides a variety of challenges to our climbers. We have a wall inside the tower in case of bad weather so you can still keep climbing!
The session will allow for up to 2 people climbing at one time, whilst 2-3 people control each of the climber’s safety ropes. That way the members of your group will always be doing something unless it’s their time to rest after their climb. On all the walls there is the option to make the climb more challenging by picking a specific colour coded graded route.
We also have an indoor climbing wall in the main building. The wall is 8m high and depicts an Amazonian Tree Frog. Try climbing up the different coloured routes right to the top finishing with both hands on the last hold. This wall has various routes and can be challenging to all!
Book onto an Adventure Club session online, or call to bring a group of friends or colleagues, or check out our courses to learn more!
Group Booking Prices - Prices listed are for 8 people
School, Youth, Charity and Community Groups - by booking date
|Price Band||1st Oct to 4th Nov||5th Nov –31st Dec 2018||2nd Jan to 18th Feb 2019||19th Feb to 31st March||Easter Holidays||Term time April –||Cost per head for extra children|
Other Groups - booking anytime. Prices listed are for 10 people
|Children's Parties||Adult's Parties||Corporate Bookings|
Maximum group size
- Goal setting
- Self- efficacy
- Sport specific skills
- Transferable skills
Fundamentals of sport:
Typical session structure
The session will start with a brief of the activity. Depending on the climbers ability participants can go straight into the session. There are many walls with various difficulties available making the climbs accessible to all abilities.
What to wear
Close fitting clothing is recommended, particularly on the upper body and arms. Trousers and lightweight shoes are also recommended. Clean shoes for climbing sessions. Long hair should be tied back and jewellery removed. Usually outdoors so dress for the weather on the day.