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Ibrox Church, 534 Paisley Road West, Ibrox, Glasgow, LANARKSHIRE G51 1RN
0141 427 9550 / 0141 427 9551
One off registration fee £10; Adults £8, Concessions for students, children, + 65 and unemployed £5.00. Day registration £1.50.
Coaching and courses starting from £45.
Kids Birthday Parties £90 per group of 6
Mon-Fri 11.00-2200, Sat 1000-1800, Sun 1000-1800
Up to 14m lead/toprope featured panel walls including overhangs and slab, by Livingstone and DR, built 1994. Bouldering walls in curved resin by Livingstone and DR, built 1994. Curved resin featured wall by Rockworks, built 1996. New (2011) Basement Bouldering complex including Beastmaker systems board and campus boards. Changing facilities, gear hire and shop. Approx 160 routes and 100 set boulder problems from easy-peasy to proper hard. Grades are -1 to 8a+ and are good for everyone.
Balcony Cafe probably the best climbing centre cafe in the world! Just ask our "Celebrity Chef" :-)
Driving directions to Glasgow Climbing Centre with Google
By car -
From Edinburgh, on the M8, follow signs for Glasgow, then Greenock. Take Junction 24 and turn left onto Helen St. At Roundabout turn left onto Paisley Rd West, Centre is 1 km along on left in converted church.
From Ayr - On the A77, then M77, follow signs for Glasgow. At Jct 1 turn left onto Dumbreck Road. Follow this through 2 sets of lights to a roundabout. Go round roundabout and back to lights. Turn left onto Paisley Rd West, Centre is 200m along on left in converted church.
By Public Transport - <5 min walk from Ibrox Tube. Turn right out of station onto Copeland Rd, follow this until it ends on Paisley Rd West. Turn Left. Centre is 100m along on left.
By Public Transport - <5 min walk from Cesnock Tube. Turn Right out of station onto Paisley Road West. Walk 5 mins. Centre is on the right
Yes. Lots of equipment available for Trad, Sport, Boulderer, even a little winter kit
Public bar in Swallow Hotel opposite centre
YES, a dedicated climbing centre
YES, this wall is a member of the Association of British Climbing centres