Redpoint Worcester Climbing Center
Whether you’re just starting out or an experienced climber, Redpoint Worcester Climbing Centre provides a spectacular climbing wall with a friendly atmosphere in the heart of Worcestershire. Dedicated to indoor rock climbing we offer a brand new, state of the art facility for climbers of all ages and abilities.
We have over 1000m2 of top rope and lead walls along with 500m2 of bouldering, complete with a top out bouldering arch. We also have dedicated warm up area and a training room, which includes an electronic MoonboardTM (app ready), campus boards, Beastmaker FingerboardsTM, Lapis BallsTM, TRX StrapsTM ,and Bison GripsTM
If you need instruction, we offer a wide range of climbing sessions to suit all needs. We have the finest qualified climbing instructors to guide you through your climbing adventure, whether you want to try climbing for the first time, learn to belay, lead climb, boulder, abseil or even venture outdoors.
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