Awesome Walls Climbing Centre Stockport

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The Engine House, Pear Mill, Stockport Rd West, Lower Bredbury,, Stockport, GREATER MANCHESTER SK6 2BP

0161 494 9949 / 0161 494 9949



£8.0 adult, £7.50 concession, £7.00 16 & under.
Groups prices available on request.

Opening times
Opened December 2007 Mon to Fri 10am - 10pm. Sat & Sun 10am - 8pm

23.5m tall wall area. Free standing fin. 74 lines in total, 48 lead lines, highest 23.5m & lowest 12m. 26 Top rope lines, Highest 13.5m & lowest 6m. Lead lines reset every 3 months. top-ropes reset every 4-6 months.

Dedicated bouldering area 400 sqm. Reset every 4-6 weeks

A new climbing centre that opened early December 2007.

Set up and run by the Awesome Walls crew in Liverpool.

Secure car parking. Easy 3min access off M60.

The tallest wall in England at 23.5m

Loyalty scheme in place for regular users.

Only one membership is required for Liverpool and Stockport.

Loyalty card is valid at both centres.

Cafe open Monday to Friday 5.30 to 9.30. Saturday and Sunday 9.30 to 6.00

All major credit/debit cards accepted.

Driving directions to Awesome Walls Climbing Centre Stockport with Google
M60 heading clockwise -

Leave the M60 at Jnc 25 and head straight over the roundabout. At the 2nd set of lights turn right After 1 mile (heading down hill past a 30mph speed camera) turn left into Pear Mill (big 200' chimney).

M60 heading anticlockwise -

Leave the M60 at Jnc 27. Take the fourth left on the roundabout signposted to Lower Bredbury, this is Carrington Rd. After 500m turn left at the lights onto Stockport Road West. Turn right after 500m into Pear Mill.

The main parking is on the right after the security house. The entrance to The Engine House is just to the right of the 200' chimney.

Gear shop
Basic equipment to start with. Dedicated climbing shop to follow.

YES, a dedicated climbing centre

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User Comments

The clue's in the name - it really is 'awesome' ;) Great leading with lots of height - no shortage of routes. Definitely something for everybody.
simonp820 - 06/Nov/12

It's all in the name "awesome" and it lives up to it!
Domin - 04/Apr/10

Excellent wall - highly recommended :) Really interesting route-setting at a range of angles & heights. Friendly staff, clean, and a well-stocked cafe upstairs. Grades are a bit soft, but who complains about that? ;)
Nick Smith - Climbers - 20/Apr/08

went today for a nose, was a top morning bouldering area is quite good not normaly my cup of tea but spent some time there and most of the routes for T/R are also usable for leading. staff are good. they still sorting out the refreshment moving it upstairs.
fedster187 - 01/Mar/08

Brilliant wall! Loads of choice for both top rope and lead routes, far more than either the Manchester or Marple walls. Quite pricey, but probably worth it, and there is the loyalty card. Friendly staff too.
grahamwoods - 23/Dec/07

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