Chessington Rocks!

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Chessington Community College,, Chessington Sports Centre,, Garrison Lane, Chessington, SURREY KT92JS

0208 974 2277



Casual Climbing £5.00 per visit

Opening times
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 6pm-10pm & Saturday 9am-1pm

Located on the grounds of Chessington Community College.

Chessington Rocks is part of Chessington Sports Centre and has a large multi purpose sports hall which can be used for most sports and climbing.

The climbing wall has 15 rope lines and bouldering section.

The wall is ABC registered and can deliver upto level 3 NICAS.

The climbing wall is open Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings 6pm -10pm and Saturday mornings 9am -1pm.

We provide children’s sporting activities during the main school holidays and run sports/climbing activities for children’s birthday parties.

We have a fitness suite, featuring cardiovascular equipment, free weights and fixed resistance equipment.

We have a 300 seat theatre ideal for productions, awards ceremonies, special functions or meetings; perfect for corporate events.

We have a fully licensed bar and café.

The sports facilities are available for hire during the evenings, weekends and school holidays.

To start climbing, book the sports hall, join the gym or just find out more about us please call 020 8974 2277. Alternatively click on the email link or pop along and visit us.

Driving directions to Chessington Rocks! with Google
Road: Junction 9 M25 heading for Kingston (A243) past Chessington World of Adventures, first right into Garrison lane, left into Chessington Comunity College.

Rail: Chessington South Train Station

Bus: Number 71 & 465 from Kingston

Gear shop

Nearby pubs
Small cafe/bar on site

NO, part of a school or leisure centre

ABC wall?
YES, this wall is a member of the Association of British Climbing centres

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These details were last updated on 13/Nov/2010

User Comments

The wall is essentially the back wall of the Sports Hall. But don't let that disuade you it is rather good. I went on a Thursday (Social evening) and got offered some fudge and soon had a belay to help me test the wall. Felt the grades were slightly easier than (local) Craggy Guildford but there were still a couple of hard 7 grades. The bouldering was good too with some tricky problems and a ludicrous Dyno (if thats your bag). The carpark was a confusing and the climbing entrance was at the rear which really confused me as a newcomer, but that said everyone was friendly and pointed me the right way. Could get a little boring if you only climbed here but I was impressed and will definitely climb here again and so should you :)
Unclejona - 29/Nov/10

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