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Awesome Walls, Cork

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  • A good place for children to play in a safe environment. It has a baby area also away from the older children. There are a lot of couches for the parents to relax. The coffee is great  more »
  • This climbing area is very very poor... Rooms were very sympathetic, very good, but the climbing area itself is very very small. Indeed, you should not have more than 40 boulders (all grades included) and you pay € 8.50 (€ + 3.50 if you are not member)! More over there is neither campus board training area, just three fingerboards without any mattresses under nor. If you want to do some roads, more than boulders but you will pay € 11.50 (+ € 3.50 if you are not member). I think the experience is way better than the boulder one road but I also think it is way too much expensive for what is it. It is incredible to see the surface they have, the price they ask and the small number of facilities availables. Yes that's true, it is one of the biggest irish climbing area, at the same time there is no. more than 4 in Ireland, but this is not for sure the best one. The toilet and changing room are not even indicated. So this climbing are is good if you have never climbed, to discover climbing, rooms were very nice with you but if you are a climber (especially boulder climber), do not go there. This climbing gym is really very very average... The staff is however very friendly is very open to all question, no problem with this. On the other hand, the room block consists of not more than 40 blocks (all quotes included) and access to blocks only costs € 8.50 (€ + 3.50 if you are not a member). More it is y or practice area nor pan Gulish, only three beams resins without any mattress underneath. If you want to track, the room has a larger space of paths. On the other hand the price rises a €11.50 (+ €3.50 if you are not a member). Channels are more varied and more numerous than blocks without however remain affordable in terms of price. It's amazing to see the available floor, the asking price and the lack of facilities. It's probably true that it's one of the biggest halls of Ireland, at the same time it must not be more than 4, but it certainly is not, by far, the best. In the end, this room can be fine if you come for the climbing, you never did because the staff is very nice and able to give you the first tips and instructions, however if you are a climber, and especially block, I recommend this room.
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  • We are regular visitors to Awesome walls. It is brilliant as there are so many different levels of routes that you can test yourself on. The staff are super friendly and helpful.  more »
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  • Great climbing centre. Staff were very friendly and professional. Definitely gonna visit again the next time I am in Cork. Plus the coffee is excellent.
  • A little expensive at the start but what great walls and great people to teach you! Love it here and constantly go back! Training for anyone on Wednesday nights!
  • Good size climbing wall. It's new and clean
  • Very impressed, surprised to find such a comprehensive facility in Cork. Loads of routes great variety in the bouldering section. Kasia was great with our kids too lovely person. Nice coffee, and kids play area is impressive too.
  • Great facility - loads of varied climbing angles, lead, top rope and bouldering. Cracks, coffee and kids play area. Great staff and great routes

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Where to stay in Cork

A destination in and of itself, Cork City has a dense center with plenty of hotels and hostels. Head north of the city center for affordable options like mid-range hotels and guesthouses. From here, you can walk or bike to all of the sights in the heart of the city. If everything is booked, or if you've simply come to explore the city's surrounding nature, check out the campgrounds about ten minutes from the center of town by car. There are also a number of charming bed and breakfasts, guesthouses, and other pensions in the outskirts, which can be a good option if you're using the city as a base for exploring the sights of Cork County.
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