GB climbing walls support GB Team

Posted by Zoe Spriggins on 16/07/2014

Many climbing walls around the UK support the GB Climbing Team by allowing them to train and climb for free, giving them invaluable time at their walls at no cost. The team and the BMC are incredibly grateful for this support.

The UK's climbing walls are now getting behind the team even further by contributing finance towards the team's travel costs. The GB Climbing Team and the BMC would like to show appreciation for the walls that support the team.

A full list of walls that support the GB Team can be seen below with links to their websites so BMC members can visit them and show their support for the wall.

The Gold Supporter contributes £500 to the GB Team, and offers free entry to their climbing wall for GB Climbing Team members.

The Silver Supporter contributes £250 to the team, and offers free entry to their climbing wall for GB Climbing Team members.

The Bronze Supporter offers free entry to their climbing wall for GB Climbing Team members.

Gold Level Support

The Climbing Works, Sheffield
Castle Climbing Centre, London

Highball Climbing Centre, Norwich
The Quay Climbing Centre, Exeter

Silver Level Support
 

Bronze Level Support

Adventure Dolphin, Newbury
Alien Rock, Edinburgh
Alien Rock 2, Edinburgh
Awesome Walls Liverpool/Stockport/Stoke
Beacon Climbing Centre, Caernarfon
Bear Rock Climbing Centre, Warwick
Bexhill College Climbing Wall
Big Rock Climbing Centre, Milton Keynes
Blackpool Towers
Boulder Central, West Bromwich
BoulderUK, Blackburn
Calshot Activities Centre
Climbing Hangar, Liverpool
City Bloc, Leeds
Climb @ Inverness Leisure
Climb Newcastle
Climb North East
Climb Rochdale
Creation Indoor Climbing Centre, Birmingham
Dart Rock Climbing Centre
Durham Climbing Centre
Dynamic Rock, Swansea
Edinburgh International Climbing Arena
Energise, York
Far Peak Climbing Centre
Glasgow Climbing Centre
Granite Planet, Penryn
Harrogate Climbing Centre
XC Hemel Hempstead
Kilnworx

Leeds Wall
Manchester Climbing Centre
Mile End Climbing Centre, London
Nottingham Climbing Centre
Peak Pursuits, Audley
Phasel Wood Activity Centre
Pinnacle Climbing Centre, Northampton
Reading Climbing Centre
Robert Gordon University Sport
Rock Antics, Newton Aycliffe
Rock City, Hull
Rock Solid Oxford Brookes University

Rock UK Summit Centre, Trelewis
Rope Race, Marple
Sunderland Wall
Surrey Sports Park, Guildford
The Barn Climbing Centre, Tavistock
The Edge, Sheffield
The Foundry, Sheffield
The Ice Factor, Kinlochleven
The Lakeland Climbing Centre, Kendal
The Redpoint Climbing Centre, Birmingham
The Tower Climbing Centre, Leicester
The Warehouse, Gloucester
Undercover Rock, Bristol
Westway Sports Centre, London
West View Leisure Centre, Preston

If you would like to find any of these walls here check out the BMC find a climbing wall feature

If your climbing wall would like to find out more about supporting the GB Climbing Team please email rob@thebmc.co.uk



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