Enjoy a climbing holiday in Cornwall with its stunning coastline and the famous cliffs of Sennen Cover and Lands End.
The views stretching out over the channel are spectacular!
Our 2 day climbing holiday in Conrwall is perfect for those who want the adventure of being on the rocks while the waves crash below!
Our Cornish climbing holiday is aimed at those who have climbed before, for example those that have been on our Introduction to Rock Climbing Course. We recommend that you can confidently tie in and belay. We can adapt the climbing to suit your needs. Cornwall offers grades to suit all abilities - but we would recommend that you can comfortably climb to a minimum of grade F4+ to get the most out of this trip.
During the course you will experience three full days of rock climbing. Our experienced instructors will work with you to choose climbing routes and will coach climbing movement and climbing techniques allowing you to progress at your own pace. We will also cover such things as guidebooks and climbing history.
March to October
Minimum age: 18 Max weight: 19 stone (120kg).
This climbing trip to Cornwall is designed for those wanting to experience climbing outdoors on seacliffs. Climbing instruction will be provided by our highly qualified and experienced climbing instructors. You’ll have the opportunity to meet like minded individuals and to improve your climbing skills and technique in a picturesque setting.
Our Portland climbing holidays are aimed at those who can tie into the rope and belay however we welcome complete beginners and experienced lead climbers alike.
Our instructors will tailor this climbing course to suit each individuals needs. We will set up the ropes allowing you to concentrate on developing at your own pace (be it cranking on overhangs or just getting your feet off the ground!).
Aimed at those who know how to to tie into the rope and belay other climbers. There is no minimum climbing grade as we'll tailor the trip to everyone needs.
Our climbing holidays are all about climbing and hanging out with cool people (after all aren't all climbers cool?) Even if you're an experienced rock climber sometimes its just nice to book an adventure with a load of new people.
What's included for you?
What's not included?
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Group holidays can be arranged based on a minimum of 4 people.
£195pp (Group Size 4-6)
£185pp (Group Size 6-8)
£175pp (Group Size 9-10)
£165pp (Group Size 11-12)
Please note that all group bookings will be available for others to book, unless booking for a minimum of 6 people.
Depending on what time everyone arrives at the accommodation, we usually meet in a local pub to chew the fat over a pint. Afterall this is what climbing holidays are all about.
We'll enjoy breakfast at our accommodation and chat about the days climbing (this gives us a chance to make plans based on the weather forecast). Then its off to the rocks where your climbing instructors will set up all the ropes, leaving you to concentrate fully on your climbing. It's your holiday so you can climb as much or as little as you want.
After the days climbing there's a little time to relax, then you can join us in the pub for diner and a pint where we all have a laugh at the days events.
Our instructors will always aim to take you to a different crag to add variety to your climbing holiday, and having seen you climb the day before will be able to set personal goals and coach you on your climbing technique and style. Depending on ability our instructors may also set up an abseil for those that wish. At the end of the holiday our instructors can offer advice regarding your own personal climbing progression.
Various rock climbing crags in Cornwall
All rock climbing and safety equipment is supplied including:
The items below are included, however to gain the most from this course we recommend that you have your own items:
For all outdoor climbing courses you must have extra warm clothes and waterproofs, we will provide you with a full kit list upon booking.
The above list is just a guide and appropriate clothing for the time of year should be worn.
*Clothing should comprise of several layers to trap the warmth. Please do not wear denim as it restricts movement, is cold when wet and is slow to dry.
**For the walk-ins we’d recommend sturdy approach shoes or trainers with a substantial tread should be worn. Walking boots can be a good option but if we’re attempting long routes and climbing with kit they’ll be very heavy to carry.
Please remember the crags can be a fair walk or scramble from the car park, so it's important to put all of your kit in a suitable size rucksack leaving space for climbing equipment.
To reduce the environmental impact, we actively encourage people to lift share where possible. Our instructors may be able to share transport from Brighton, London and the South East, or we will meet at the venue.
3 Nights bunkhouse accommodation included (room upgrades available for a supplement).