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Clip N Climb, Stockton-on-Tees

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#4 of 10 in Outdoors in Stockton-on-Tees
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  • I have to say as we were waiting for our turn and realised we would be sharing our slot with a birthday party my heart sunk a little as my kids aren't the most outgoing and I was thinking they were go...  more »
  • staff where so friendly and helpful, we visited tonight 16-01-18 and my daughter and her friend had whole place to themselves which was a bonus , couldn't fault nothing at all  more »
  • My girls had a fantastic time. Staff were really friendly and fun, and made sure everyone had a great time. Visited many times, will definitely come again  more »
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  • Expensive, but the kids love it. Updated 3rd February 2018. Visiting Clip'n'Climb again. However, disappointment at the door. The footwear rules seem to have changed. Their website says that you must wear footwear that covers your toes and specifically forbids sandles etc. So the booking was made, times picked and the session paid for online. On arrival however there is a sign sellotaped to the counter which forbids boots, heeled shoes and more. My kids were wearing Doc Martin boots, which are not allowed. In order to gain entry we had to sign a hastily written disclaimer to get in. This raises a few issues: A) The booking was made online, we brought what I think we suitable shoes for climbing and which were acceptable at the point of sale. B) Why scribble out a disclaimer which is not legally binding, just update your terms and conditions on your site rather than rely on your customers being mind readers. C) The staff actually asked to look on the website in my wife's phone, to prove that she's lying, or to check..... Shouldn't they know? Thankfully, she was right and they were wrong. D) Since when we boots not suitable for climbing?. Do the Army supply BOOTS for a reason? E) Reading the sellotaped sign it actually reads that footwear that "does not support the ankle or cover the toes" are NOT allowed. But boots DO cover the toes and they DO support the ankle, certainly better than any sandshoes or trainers will, so it's contradictory at best. Leaves a sour taste in the mouth when you're asked to show the website to prove you're correct and then get told you've got to sign a nonsense disclaimer. For the prices they charge, they should get their rules in order.
  • A good introduction into climbing for the kids and inexperienced. Pricing is ok but could do with a slightly longer session!
  • Not as good as go climb at Billingham. Didn't get full time in climb centre staff not great (messing around and climbing up the equipment) no slide like video shows I wouldn't recommend
  • Kids really enjoyed their time at clip and climb today took a party of 10 . Only negative thing was when I asked to buy jugs of juice they said no could only have jugs if it was a party or large group! Although we weren't eating there we were a party of 10 . Really annoying as a jug on the table that the kids could have helped themselves to when they wanted it would have been better. Attitude of staff behind the coffee bar wasn't good so soured the experience for me
  • Love this place, would be nice with more vegan options available with food and drinks, they don't have any vegan milks
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