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Here are some climbing walls that can be found in Berkshire – many of them also offer children’s parties as well.
Climbing Walls in Berkshire
*Reading Clip n Climb – Perfect for children of all ages (they do select sessions for Mini Mountaineers who are aged between 2-5 years old so younger ones can have a go too) and they hold parties too. There is also a cafe on site. You can find out more and book here.
Ranger Station, Prospect Park, Reading – There are different activities to try here including an outdoor climbing wall and also low ropes. Public climbing wall sessions are available to book at limited times. You can find out more here.
Parthian Climbing, Reading – Offer a range of sessions for children from the age of 3. They also offer party packages and there is a cafe on site. You can find out more here.
Slough Climbing Wall – Offer sessions and clubs for children from 6yrs and over. You can find out more here.
Oakwood Climbing Centre, Wokingham – Offer drop in sessions for children aged 5 – 13yrs. You can also hold a birthday party here and they have a designated children’s area for children 4yrs and under. You can find out more here.
Dinton Activity Centre Indoor wall – Climb up to 7 meters high and explore a range of challenges on the wall, pained with a woodland and water scene. Click here for details.
Northway Climbing Centre, Newbury – For children aged 4yrs and over. They have courses for children 7-17yrs, children’s parties and SEN sessions. They also sell pizza on select days throughout the week. You can find out more here.
The Climbing Hanger, Reading – Offer coach led sessions for children 4 – 13yrs. You can also PAYG. You can find out more here.
Clip n Climb, Meadowside Leisure Centre, Slough – Climbers must be 4yrs and over, all equipment is provided. They also offer birthday party packages. Click here for more details.
Waterside Centre, Newbury – Has a climbing club for children 7-13years on Mondays during term time. You can find out more here.
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