/ Where is the best indoor wall in the Northwest?

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The Lemming - on 07 Nov 2012
I spend most of my indoor time at Preston but last weekend I went to Kendall and I have to say that I was exceptionally impressed with how its grown.

What can I say, I don't get out much, or visit walls that often.

As the OP states, what's out there for me to visit that is as Good as if not better?
wert - on 07 Nov 2012
In reply to The Lemming: Manchester climbing centre has good routes & great architecture. Two bouldering areas, lots of lead walls, traverse room, campus boards etc. I think it's the best in the north west.
Tom W - on 07 Nov 2012
In reply to The Lemming:

Kendal is actually very good. I really like Ingleton too for a change, much smaller with a nice atmosphere.
Fluvial - on 07 Nov 2012
In reply to The Lemming:

Awesome walls is big with some high lead walls though sometimes the grades can be a bit strange

I am a fan of Manchester Climbing Centre when I get a chance to go, Rock Over is great for bouldering and really big whilst for the biggest bouldering centre I've been to in the NW is The Liverpool one (Climbing hanger)
The Lemming - on 07 Nov 2012
In reply to fozmeister:

I'm not exactly a fan of bouldering.

And so as not to offend the pebble hoppers, I'd appreciate lead wall options.
James Oswald - on 07 Nov 2012
In reply to The Lemming:
AWs stockport is very good, as is MCC.
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I like climbing - on 07 Nov 2012
In reply to The Lemming:
When I saw the title I immediately thought of Kendal. I liked Stockport too and Leeds.....

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