Looking for some rock climbing in Yorkshire? We provide half days and full days Rock Climbing in the beautiful ‘God’s country’
Even if you are new to the sport we cater for everyone. From total novices to people who are experienced we tailor the days for you.
We also run learn to lead climbing courses. See here. These can be run from anywhere in the UK.
Rock climbing in Yorkshire is a great activity for families to get involved with. It also makes a good activity for Stag and hen groups to try also. See here for more ideas for what to do. This can be combined with another activity so you get two activities in one day. See our Adventure Days for more information and tailored package days.
What to wear:
Comfortable appropriate outdoor clothing. So pair of joggers/track suit bottoms is fine.
Warm clothing in case it’s cold.
Gloves – again if cold. Keep hands warm in between climbs.
A pair of hiking boots or stiffened soled shoes. So if your shoes have a lot of flex in them, then the harder the climb will feel!
We can provide climbing shoes, but find more often than not if this is you’re first time, then boots are the best option. Specialist climbing shoes take some time to get to grips with and work out. Therefore we usually provide these to people who may have climbed a few times and have greater confidence in their feet
Some of the best bouldering in the country is in Yorkshire. We provide bouldering coaching, and days out for those wanting to either begin their bouldering journey or have started and wanting to get better technique and maybe look at a training plan for a specific type of bouldering. Get in touch for more details.
AM or PM session:
Meet at 09:45 or 13:00 – (Times can be altered to suit)
Meet and greet, sort equipment and head into the crag – rock.
Climbing session. Lasts approximately 2/2.5 hours.
Pack up and return to car park. 13:00/13:30 / 16:00/16:30
As mentioned our Rock Climbing in Yorkshire days, cover the Yorkshire County. Some of the more popular areas are:
Almscliff Crag – Huby
Brimham Rocks – Pateley Bridge
Ilkley Moor – Cow & Calf crag – Ilkley
Caley Crags – Otley
Crookrise – Skipton
Malham – Settle
Giggleswick – Settle
Twistleton – Horton in Ribblesdale
Rock n Ridge provides all relevant safety equipment. So harness, helmet, ropes and rigging equipment. See what to wear below for the day. Likewise you will need your personal kit, any medication if applicable, and food and drink for the day. Depending on where we go, a café may be an option. An example would be Brimham Rocks café.
For larger groups bigger than 8 persons please get in touch for pricing.
To simply book a place either call or pay a £50 deposit via the Paypal button below. The remainder of the balance to be paid once type of course and dates are finalised. This reserves you’re Rock Climbing space. We recommend you enquiring regarding you’re preferred dates first.
Yorkshire Gritstone guide – The climbing bible! Vol 1 – Here
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