/ Broughton Wall, use it or lose it (in both senses)
if you could give me some more info. I'm only across the water and wasn't even aware this place existed. Would love to come over for a session or two.
More details here, a little out of date but the problem page download still works
I have also updated the wall details on UKC classifieds here
The changes won't appear yet as they neet to be approved by UKC
Note this is not a commercial post, the wall is currently owned by Salford Council, but its future is uncertain as the council need to make big cuts - hence the importance of more attendance
I had no idea this existed...I live about 10mins away, will give it a try.
A superb facility that kept me very happy between 1991 and 1998.Would recommend to anyone living in the area who needs a place to re-adapt to climbing outdoors and at the same time perhaps find the fun in making there own problems as well as the guidebook's.
Didnt even know this was there! I live just a few minutes walk down the road!
Last tuesday session is tomorrow night until 9.30pm
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