Find a ladies night at a wall near you

Posted by Joanna Rowbottom on 15/06/2016

Many walls have regular sessions where women can meet up to climb with other women. These are either organised by the wall itself or an individual. The climbing wall remains open to all climbers during these times but runs clubs or sessions specifically for women to climb together, perfect for those looking for climbing partners and some climbing tips.

Of course, women's only sessions aren't to everybody's taste but if you want to find out more of the benefits of women's sessions and clubs read this blog post 'who needs a women's club' on the WomenClimb website.

We've mapped the ladies climbing sessions we know of. If you'd like to attend we suggest getting in touch with the venue for more information.

Find a womens climbing session near you

If you know of any clubs or sessions aimed at women, or are interested in starting a women's session please let us know in the comments box below.

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You can watch more skills videos covering how to put on a harnesstie a figure of eight knotattach a rope to your harnesshow to belay at a climbing wall and simple movement on rock on BMC TV.

WATCH: Our film about being a woman and a climber by Mina Leslie-Wujastk on BMC TV

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WATCH: The Climbing Wall Essentials trailer on BMC TV

Order a copy of the Climbing Wall Essentials DVD from the BMC online shop.

This Girl Can is a national campaign designed to encourage more women and girls to get active. The campaign is funded by Sport England and the National Lottery.



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Anonymous User
02/01/2018
Calshot climbing wall in Hampshire runs a Ladies' climbing night every Monday - more info at https://www.hants.gov.uk/thingstodo/outdoorcentres/recreation/climbing
Anonymous User
27/01/2018
Does anyone know of any in Liverpool? Thanks!
Anonymous User
05/03/2018
Rock Chicks Climb https://www.facebook.com/rockchicksclimb/ is a group from Chimera Climbing in Tunbridge Wells where they organise a monthly social climb. They are also using their Facebook page to organise other women only climbing events around the South East.

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