Are you aiming to improve your climbing this year? We want to help you make the most of all the great new areas we're opening up and feel great about your climbing with the launch of our new coaching products coming soon in March 2014.
Fri 3/1/2014 at 14:23 by Audrey
The Castle is launching its new N4 Mini Club to teach young children climbing skills in a fun and safe environment. The club, for 5 to 8 year olds, will be run on Saturday mornings by an experienced, qualified instructor with small group ratios of no more than six children per instructor. The sessions will use games to help children develop their coordination and balance and introduce them to climbing. We know that rock climbing has many benefits for children including the development teamworking skills, increased self-confidence and trust, better motivation and improved levels of fitnes
Mon 9/12/2013 at 17:59 by Audrey
The Castle are very pleased to present our newest Castle Associate - Mountain Magic. Founded by former Castle instructor Paul Boggis, Mountain Magic offer hillwalking, mountaineering and climbing courses in the Lake District, North Wales and Scottish Highlands. We have a rigorous vetting procedure for all of our Castle Associates and we are confident that you'll be delighted with your Mountain Magic experience. More importantly, we know that you'll be in safe hands.
Mon 23/9/2013 at 18:40 by Claire Lee
The Castle are hosting a climbing wall safety seminar aimed at student climbing club leaders who are going to be supervising and teaching new climbers in the centre, once the new academic year begins. Although the seminar is aimed at students, anyone with an interest in supervising novice climbers is welcome to attend. The first session will be run by The Castle's Managing Director, Audrey Seguy.
What is it? A two hour workshop for student club leaders who are going to be teaching/supervising new climbers.
Tue 10/9/2013 at 14:07 by Audrey
After two successful years at the Climbing Hangar (Liverpool), the Women's Climbing Symposium is coming to London. Coaching, lectures and stories led by not just the who’s who of Britain’s elite women climbers, but people you don’t know whose stories you need to know. As always, WCS 2013 promises to be an essential diary date.
This is a unique event bringing together coaching expertise from Britain's top female climbers with relevant talks about our climbing experiences.
Wed 28/8/2013 at 17:36 by Audrey
Do you want to show your friends where you spend all your free time? Or maybe you're new to climbing and want to check out The Castle before your first visit? Maybe you're simply curious about that great big Castle in North London...