Evening Sport Climbing Near New Mills

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Sport Climbing
Jun 20

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Event booking closes on Jun 20 at 15:00:00
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Fairly strenuous climbing

A unique climbing experience up the bridge in New Mills!

This event is intended as a safe space for the LGBTQ+ community; everyone will be warmly welcomed

The enormous stone block pillars of the bridge have been bolted, allowing for sport climbing in this pretty valley. The climbing here is consistently strenuous. For this reason the venue is not suitable for beginners (sorry!). We can set up top ropes, so if you can at least top rope a 6b indoors, there will be something here for you. For more details about the climbing, have a look at the viaduct sport climbs here. We may also have a go at the long traverses.

Parking is unfortunately a bit awkward, there is free parking on side streets, but please be considerate to local residents. We will meet at the bottom of the bridge. There are several footpaths that lead to the large path at the bottom of the valley, some are accessed through inconspicuous alleyways. 

All photos taken by event leaders

What other Climbing events do OutdoorLads Run?   We run regular indoor climbing and bouldering events across the North West - Click here to see all the current events. We also have a private Facebook Group where we post about new events as well as social and other climbing stuff too, feel free to sign up to it!
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IMPORTANT! - Participation Statement

You MUST complete a Participation Statement, here, in addition to booking your event space before attending an OutdoorLads event. You only need to complete this Participation Statement once, not for each event you attend. 

Please note that every person participating should be aware of (and accept) that those members perceived as ‘in charge’ or leading the event are not necessarily qualified, do not need to be qualified, and are not regarded by OutdoorLads, or themselves as ‘technical experts’ but are amateur climbers with some experience and who are happy to impart their knowledge. Any advice given should be considered with this in mind by the recipient.

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