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Manchester Climbing Centre, Manchester

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  • Took the kids a while back and they enjoyed the day! The area is very safe, clean and friendly atmosphere.  more »
  • Took my two young children (8 and 6 years old) and they had a great time there whilst we had a relaxing coffee upstairs. A must do activity for children! Very friendly staff.  more »
  • Good routes, good staff, good prices, not bad on the brew and cake front either. Bouldering is small but quality. Nice range of grades, guest setters adn the main wall is a great training wall in wint...  more »
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  • First time climbing. Excellent instructor and loads of fun. Definitely recommended!
  • Cool climbing gym. They have a cafe with cakes/coffee etc. Two bouldering rooms; around 4 auto-belays, lead and top rope routes. The highest grade top rope route is around 7a after that it seems to be lead, plenty of lower grade routes for beginners. There's a communal 'changing' area (more just for swapping shoes etc) and then male/female changing rooms in their respective toilets. Being an old church there's some great long routes plus it's a nice place to climb in too. Small training area with two beast makers (1000 & 2000) and campus board. It can be cold when you arrive but once you start climbing it's not a problem.
  • Best of the North West climbing centres, top route setting and good coffee. Parking good but dodgy once beyond the fences.
  • I love this place! It's basically a church transform in a climb center. You can boulder or climb with ropes. No worries if you are a beginner, I climb first time here with ropes with a friend and there is lots of routes for all levels. You can hire all the equipment and you are free to climb if you are with someone experienced.
  • Really good climbing wall. The building is amazing, the staff are nice and there's a lot of different walls