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Warehouse Climbing Centre, Gloucester

(4.6/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • This might be a very restricted view of the site, never the less I had a bit of a frustrating experience on my first visit to the warehouse. I opted to just boulder as I was visiting solo whilst worki...  more »
  • I visited the wall mid week and found the staff to be friendly, great climbing facilities and a relaxed social area with good drinks and snacks. There are so many different rooms with differing angles...  more »
  • We booked a kids zone party for our sons 8th birthday and all the kids (aged 5-8) loved it! The staff were all very helpful and the young lady who was our party host (apologies for forgetting your nam...  more »
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  • Every group I gave gone with to the climbing centre have loved it. Young disabled people feel safe, welcomed and we'll looked after. Many come away having achieved more than they expectations. Took a group last week to the caving a mixed response from the group. Too hot, a bit smelly, a bit scary, the young guides may need to consider further training or mentoring in preparing a group of over excited young people.
  • Pretty good climbing gym. Not overly expensive and not too crowded. The routes don't change quite frequently enough for my liking, but I'm sure other like working on the same route over time.
  • The friendliest and most helpful climbing centre ever. Really enthusiastic coaches and a fab caving centre. My children have climbed here for over 8 years and they always love it here. My youngest has gone from Rock Mice, through Rock Rats, to Nicas Academy, Warehouse Team and has been YCS UK champion 3 times . There's something for all abilities to enjoy. And they serve beer.....! :)
  • Totally agree with Jemma Forini whose post I've just read. I've been bringing my son here since he was 4 and he's now 11. We've done Rock Mice, Rock Rats, birthday parties, I did a climbing course myself so I could bring the kids to open climbing sessions. . . And here we are today back for more. He still loves it, whether it be the kid's Digi-wall, auto-belays and kid's bouldering area or the main climbing are where he's takled all the walls, or the adult bouldering area or even the table football and good value cafe-bar . . . And now it's even better as they opened the very realistic and challenging caving experience earlier this year. 2016. Staff are always friendly and helpful. There's a real family atmosphere. I would give it 200% if I could. :-). Oh and I did not mention all the clubs, activities and courses that meet during the week. We only ever get here at weekends occasionally as we don't live in Gloucester. And we've tried all the Bristol ones so have a good idea of what to compare it with. Cheers. . . My only suggestion for improvement would be to get more child-friendly hand washing and drying facilities . . They are too high for small children in some of the gents loos at least.
  • Cave, Climb, boulder and a Caf├ĘBar. Great fun for everyone.