Fun For All The Family at Clip ‘n Climb
So, before you go taking on Everest, why not start by having a little fun first at Clip ‘n Climb in Derby. When you arrive you’ll be faced with 19 brightly coloured climbing walls. These walls are graded with various levels of difficulty so that you can come in at the beginner level and work your way through to the more advanced levels for the more experienced climber.
Because you’re having fun you hardly notice the fact that as your climbing you’re actually improving your fitness. You’ll be stretching and improving your strength as you use your muscles to push on. It’s also a great confidence builder, especially for the youngsters. Not only are you reaching new physical and personal achievements you are also gaining from the social interactions that take place naturally.
Try climbing up our Stairway to Heaven or reach new heights on the Skyscraper. You can take the Speed Climbing challenge or light up the board on the Checkerplate. How about racing your friends up Face to Face. That’s just for starters there so much more. Are you daring? Then book the experience of the extreme challenge Leap of Faith.
Is It Safe?
Clip ‘n Climb is for all ages from toddlers upwards. They actually have toddler sessions. This means that it has to be safe and the way they make it safe is with automatic belay devices. So as you climb up the slack is automatically taken in so if you do slip off you simply swing and are lowered down gently to the floor. Just for good measure, your given safety instructions too!
You don’t need to have any experience with climbing either as you’ll be given instruction for that as well.
What Will I Need To Take With Me?
Unlike your approach to Everest, you won’t need to take a 6 weeks supply of food as they have a cafe on site. Neither will you need to take all your climbing gear. It’s all provided for you. So come as you are!
You’ll find a range of hot snacks available and plenty of drinks on offer. It’s all very reasonably priced and there’s also a menu for the kids.
Stay aware of the latest COVID-19 information and always call the owners before setting out.