Big SPRING CLIMB 2020 - KickAir Freestyle Trampolining
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This event is part of The Big SPRING CLIMB 2020; our weekend of indoor climbing and bouldering in Manchester - check out the main event page for more information on what else is going on!
An event to bring out the big kid in any of us!
What is Kick Air?
Kick Air is an indoor freestyle trampolining park featuring a Ninja Warrior-style obstacle course, a mini-bouldering wall (sort of), total wipeout-style activity and, most importantly TRAMPOLINES! Amongst the trampolines are various obstacles; dodgeball, basketball, airbags to practice your flips and loads of other fun bits.
Kick Air is a few minutes walk from the Rock Over Climbing centre in Manchester city centre, where we're running plenty of other activities during the afternoon.
This event will cost £10. After booking on to this event, you will then need to:
- Head to https://kickair.co.uk/book-visit/
- Select 7th March from the drop-down menu
- Select the Air Zone Session
- Select 4pm and add the number of guests required to basket, and follow the on-screen instructions from here. Keep the time as 1 hour.
The centre require you to wear their grippy socks, which can be paid for on the day or online for £2.
We will meet at 3:30pm in the reception area. Look out for the red t-shirts!
All those attending the event must also be aware of the Venue's own terms and conditions, Park Rules and Risk Acknowledgement Form and abide by these along with any instructions given by the centre's staff. Everyone must take responsibility for their own safety while participating in this event.
What to bring
Loose-fitting clothing. Shorts are advised against to prevent grazing. You will be required to wear Kick Air's grippy socks, which are available to buy for £2. If you're prone to getting sweaty, a hand towel might be a good idea.
I'd recommend arriving in the clothes you will wear when trampolining, there's a toilet that you can change in, but no dedicated changing room.
Food & drink
There is a cafe at the centre, but probably a good idea to bring some water. Trampolines are hard work.