/ Best Bouldering wall in Manchester

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fatwallawoods on 15 Sep 2017
I am going to be in Manchester for just one evening next week, Monday evening.

If you had to choose one wall to visit in Manchester which would it be?

Cheers

galpinos on 15 Sep 2017
In reply to fatwallawoods:

Depot, no competition.

Andy Hardy on 15 Sep 2017
In reply to fatwallawoods:

I'm loving the fact that your post has an advert for MCC underneath.
Not been to rock over, but the depot is very good.
planetmarshall on 15 Sep 2017
In reply to galpinos:

> Depot, no competition.

It can, however, be royal pain in the arse to get to. I find this to be a depressingly common attribute of good climbing walls.
galpinos on 15 Sep 2017
In reply to planetmarshall:

As it's a 15 minute bike ride from my house its not something I'd realised!
paul__in_sheffield - on 15 Sep 2017
In reply to fatwallawoods:

ClimbingWorks or the Foundry in Sheffield, just jump on the train ;-)
zmv - on 15 Sep 2017
In reply to fatwallawoods:

If it's easy to get for you - the depot.

If you want a good training session but transport is a pain, rockover is near the city centre and you can have an excellent training session there.
kevin stephens - on 15 Sep 2017
In reply to fatwallawoods:

Broughton. You may need a bolt cutter and head torch
mark catcher - on 16 Sep 2017
In reply to fatwallawoods:
As above, Depot by a mile.
AlanLittle - on 16 Sep 2017
In reply to kevin stephens:
Isn't Glossop wall still in existence? Like Broughton with the added bonus of being able to break your back on the balcony rail before cartwheeling down into the sports hall. Those were the days. And quite close to Manchester.
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