Rock Antics

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Address
ROF59 Leisure Complex,, Durham Way South,, Newton Aycliffe Business Park,, Newton Aycliffe, COUNTY DURHAM DL5 6XN

Tel/Fax
01325 320683

Email
info@rockantics.co.uk

Website
rockantics.co.uk

Costs
Registration £6.00, adult entry £8.00 Concessions for children, groups and students.

Opening times
Mon-Fri 1000-2200,Sat 1000-1900, Sun 1000-1700. Closed Bank Hols.

Notes
Very large 20m lead wall with a 13m overhang, vertical 20m sections, 20m constant overhang plus six top roped 15m slabs as well as 9, 9m top roped walls. With More Coming Soon!

Will adapt to suit any climbing ability, but beginners must phone and book ahead. Now Located in the brand new ROF59 Leisure Complex in the heart of Newton Aycliffe Business Park

Direct line is 01325 320683 is nearly always answered but if busy answer machine on at all times. Ring back asap

Directions
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Nearby pubs
ROF59 Bunker Bar (in the same building!)

Dedicated?
YES, a dedicated climbing centre

Crags
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These details were last updated on 24/Aug/2015

User Comments

I love it
alex tighe - 19/Feb/08

Fantastic bouldering wall, fantastic climbing, it's got brilliant features, but unfortunatley there are no pictures of the featured walls. Well worth a visit if the weather is bad.
Blackdiamond1212 - 12/Aug/07

not my closest wall but it is worth the extra travel time.staff are fantastic and always take time to help with any questions/problems. the dedicated "kids walls" are great for the lil 1,s. i cant praise this place enough
andhpool - 28/Feb/07

great place for adults and kids.staff are always friendly.several walls "just for kids".prices did go up at the end of 06 but not by much(50p).if you get time right when they are not too busy staff will be happy to belay and offer advice
andhpool - 20/Jan/07

Fantastic Fun. Ideal for those who are wishing to progress onto real rock, but wish to try walls that are featured first. Ideal area to practice leading with overhanging leading walls which is a confidence booster if you fall off! Bouldering facilities are good with a featured bouldering walls. Friendly and helpful staff. Is it better than Sunderland Climbing Wall? Unsure. It certainly has many benefits for example featured walls and carpeted floors! However sunderland has the height advantage for duration stamina training. Give it a go, it is very good fun. 5 life time membership, and then 5 per visit there after (June 2006).
mcneilljamie - 10/Jun/06

my local wall which i regular visit and the staff/walls/bouldering are all brilliant and cant recommend the place enough though a little busy midweek but where isnt
jas wood - 26/Mar/04

Have just been on an induction course and it was absolutely fantastic! Although Steve has climbed before, I haven't. The course was great for both of us. The instructors were very patient, (great if you're a first time climber - or a little scared of heights). Excellent selection of walls and very helpful instructors and staff.
Clare & Steve Mallinson - 28/Sep/03

You can hire equipment if you hav'nt got any (i.e. shoe's , harness etc) to lead climb you need your own rope . long bouldering wall which converts into a over hanging section , some angled walls opposite the door you walk in on on the right hand side there's over hangs and vertical walls and as your walking to the new section (recently built in 2002) theres a chimney next to the bouldering is some more vertical wall's , Various root's to take , and different difficulties Theres a rop ladder to build your confidence on trusting the equipment
scott - 05/Oct/02

Luke's comment is a bit erm, wrong. To climb at all at rock antics you must be a member (3 for life), and if you are 14 to 17 years old you get a green junior members card. To climb on the lead walls you must have your own rope and be able to belay competently. You also get discounts at local climbing shops with the membership card.
james - 11/Aug/02

This is a great wall, but you're not allowed to lead unless you have a 'green card', which most climbers don't bother with.
Luke Hunt - 11/Jul/02

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