Highball Climbing Centre

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Address
1 Twickenham Road, Union Park, Norwich, NORFOLK NR6 6NG

Tel/Fax
01603513513

Email
hello@highballnorwich.co.uk

Website
highballclimbingnorwich.com

Costs
£2 Registration or, £10 Annual Membership/£5 Junior Adults/Concession/Juniors Off-Peak Members: £6.50/£5.50/£4.50 Peak Members: £7.50/£6.50/£5.50 Non-Members: £8/£7/£6 Other

Opening times
Mon-Fri 12:00 - 22:00 Sat&Sun: 10:00-18:00

Notes
VENUE:

Well over 500m2 of bouldering walls up to 4.5m high

The biggest/largest competition bouldering 'comp' wall in Britain/UK

Lead and Top Roped Climbing up to 7m

2 Auto Belays

6m, 20 degree stamina circuit board

Warm up/Cool down area

Beastmaker Training Boards

Café serving great coffee, tea and homemade cakes

Climbers Shop

A 4 room Clinic offering Osteopathy, Physiotherapy, Sports Massage and more

Inductions

Taster Sessions

Courses

Coaching

Junior Coaching Program

Coming Soon:

- Huge Campus Board

- 40 degree training board

- Extended Lead Walls

- Additional Training Equipment

The Future:

The Highball Project will be a continuous journey of evolution. We have more space to play with and are looking forward to working with our customers to develop a centre they can be proud of.

Highball will never stand still.

Directions
Driving directions to Highball Climbing Centre with Google
If coming from the Norwich ring road - head towards Norwich Airport and then hang a right onto Fifers Lane. After approx 400m, turn right onto Union Park and then 1st left.

If in doubt - 'google it' ;)

Gear shop
Small but perfectly formed!

Nearby pubs
No but our Beta Cafe is awsome!

Dedicated?
YES, a dedicated climbing centre

Crags
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These details were last updated on 19/Feb/2014

User Comments

A brilliant bouldering centre, with an amazing community. Routes of all ranges for people climbing font 3 - mid 7s. Circuit board always has an 8a on it for people to try. The lead walls are a bit short to make them really worth it. The cafe is nice, with a good selection of products, that keeps getting better (they've added home made pizza recently!) The only problem is that the place tends to get very cold in winter as there is no heating (not even a heated rest area). Thouroughly recommended though!
GeneralFifi - 05/Oct/14

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