ROKT Climbing Gym

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Address
The Old Flour Mill, Mill Royd Street, Brighouse, WEST YORKSHIRE HD6 1EY

Tel/Fax
01484 717444

Email
climbing@rokt.co.uk

Website
rokt.co.uk

Costs
MON-FRI
8/10am 12pm
Under 18s £4
Concession £4
Adults £4

12pm 5pm
Under 18s £4.50
Concession £5.50
Adults £6.50

5pm 10pm
Under 18s £6
Concession £7
Adults £8



SAT-SUN
10am - 8pm
Under 18s £6
Concession £7
Adults £8

Opening times
Mon/Weds/Fri: 7am-10pm | Tues/Thurs: 10am-10pm | Sat-Sun 10am-8pm

Notes
ROKT is considered to be one of the UK's most innovative and inspiring climbing centres.

Heart Stopping, Adrenalin pumping, fear inducing! ROKT offers indoor climbing at its very best, whether you are an experienced climber, you're a little rusty or you've never climbed before we have the facilities to suit your needs

Our aim at ROKT is to create a safe, welcoming and friendly atmosphere and our staff are selected for their professional approach, extensive experience and willingness to help.

Whether you are a boulderer or rope climber the facilities within the centre are extensive and will provide you with everything a climber needs to have fun, train safely and push on through the grades. We offer private tuition and coaching sessions to help you to push through your personal plateau.

We offer team-building to reward and motivate your staff, improve employee relations, build successful teams and create unified departments. These are all good reasons to talk to ROKT about creating the ultimate team-building package. We can put together a day to push your employees out of their comfort zone and get them engaging on a completely different level.

Call in or ring us to book an induction and we will walk you through all you need to know to climb safely and unsupervised. If you are an experienced climber, come along, pass a competency check and you're good to go!

Come along and enjoy our extensive facilities:

16 metre top rope silos

21 metre lead wall

20 metre beginners slab

Bouldering competition wall

Bouldering cave with roof

Monster boulder field room

Main bouldering chamber with roof

Circuit room

Campus board and training room

Calisthenics room

Indoor caving facilities

Directions
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ROKT is centrally located in the UK and benefits from fantastic transport network links. Junction 25 of the M62 is a 5 minutes drive away, Brighouse Bus Station has regular departures to most local towns and Brighouse Train Station has direct lines to Leeds, Manchester and Huddersfield.

Gear shop
Reception sells climbing basics

Nearby pubs
The Millers Bar over the road, own by ROKT with an outdoor ROKTAGON climbing structure.

Dedicated?
YES, a dedicated climbing centre

ABC wall?
YES, this wall is a member of the Association of British Climbing centres

Crags
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These details were last updated on 24/Jun/2016

User Comments

Can only echo the first poster's comments, just wish I'd have found this place sooner. Excellent in every way.
Timbowne - 17/Apr/12

Getting to be a bit of a regular here, despite the distance for me! Fantastic place, really friendly staff and an amazing (really different) building. It's got a gorgeous outside seating area for nice days which overlooks the river. Then you have the actual climbing, which is fab. The 16m top rope walls feel a bit of a challenge at first, struggled on some 6b+ routes which was unusual. Definitely good fun though. I recently had chance to try the 21m lead wall, first on the slab (5+ to get myself used to the height) and then on the overhang (6b, easiest grade they have on there). Definitely a challenge and the highest I've climbed yet indoor. It must be noted that you need at least a 45m rope to climb. Don't get caught short! Volumes on the lead wall make for some very interesting and varied routes. Grading seems fair. There's a grading sheet at the base of the wall where you can give your opinion as to if they've got it right or not. The bouldering is a highlight too, forgetting the fantastic competition wall for the moment they have a number of other bouldering rooms. Two chamber like rooms, one with a number of fantastic traverses and some fairly technical little problems and another with more pumpy stuff, including a nice long lip, a stalactite and problems that can go from one side of the room to the other (with holds all over the ceiling). Then in the middle of these there's another wall for doing some circuit training on, trying to link together more than a couple of the circuits led to my arms nearly falling off. And then finally back to the competition wall, which has a nice variety of grades and isn't just for the superstars. All in all, fantastic, must confess it's taken over from The Leeds Wall as my go to venue for climbing of an evening/weekend.
Kieran_John - 27/Jul/11

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