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Set in a huge old bus depot The Depot facility offers a world class bouldering centre in a unique environment.
Hundreds of problems make up circuits for all abilities. The wall provides graded problems that cater for both beginner and expert alike.
The route style area (when completed Autumn '09) will offer extended problems, allowing climbers to work on their route fitness without the need for rope and belayer. Stylised features provide features which you want to climb! Hardcore climbers will be spoilt for choice with a combination of system boards, campus boards, Olympic rings, weights and 50 degree training board.
Large cafe/seating area with a good view of the action. Swanky changing/shower area... Weights/conditioning room with cardio facilities. Friendly, customer orientated staff.
And of course our well stocked store carries all the best climbing brands and products (Evolv, Five Ten, Scarpa, Prana, Moon, Metolius to name just a few....) combined with the friendly atmosphere and service you've come to expect within our 70 North Street store in Leeds city centre.
Situated on Richardshaw Lane, Stanningley, The Depot is just 200m from Stanningley by-pass. Within easy striking distance from both Leeds and Bradford, the centre is easily reached via both private and public transport.
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