New Wall: Shropshire Climbing Centre

added Mar/2009
Product news by Kevin Avery - UKC
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+Shropshire Climbing Centre 2, 87 kbShropshire Climbing Centre 2
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Shropshire Climbing Centre- OPENING THURSDAY EVENING 12TH MARCH! 5pm onwards

Shropshire Climbing Centre offers a state of the art bouldering and roped climbing facility, in Newport near Telford. With over 300 sq.m of bouldering, we are the largest bouldering venue in the region! In addition there are 11 roped lines giving between 20 to 30 roped routes. We offer over 400 m sq of climbing surface in total and whether you are a beginner or expert Shropshire Climbing Centre offers something for you.

Routes have been set by an all-star cast including Jason Pickles, Percy Bishton and Andy Long and we are offering 5 Font-style circuits, with scope to to increase this number in the future.

The wall opens this evening but a grand opening and friendly bouldering competition will take place on Saturday 14th March from 12pm onwards.

SPECIAL OPENING OFFER

To mark our opening, we are offering a limited number of season tickets (3, 6 or 12 months) at 25% discount. This is available on a strictly first-come first-served basis- contact us if you are interested.

A few left- offer ends Saturday 14th March!

Opening Times

Weekdays 12-10 (booked groups from 10am)

Weekends 10-7 (children's climbing clubs from 9.30)

We are hoping to cater for climbers of all levels and we aim to run a series of bouldering competitions once we are fully up and running. We serve fantastic "real" coffee too!

Visit our website: Newportrock.com for more details.

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