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Rock climbing is a physical, challenging activity, which can be done outdoors or at an indoor wall. Indoors, climbers follow a series of marked holds or routes, which are set at varying difficulties. Not keen on heights or want to start without the ropes? Bouldering allows climbers to develop their skills on lower walls with crash mats, just a few metres off the ground, without having to use ropes.
Brookes Climb, at the Centre for Sport in Headington, is the premier climbing facility in the county making it a hub for the local climbing community. Membership of the Brookes Climbing Club provides entry and instruction during club sessions. In addition to weekly indoor climbing sessions the club also offers trips to undertake a range of climbing and mountaineering activities.
The wall is open 7 days a week and with regular beginners climbing courses and our Brookes Active 'get into...' sessions there are plenty of opportunities to start climbing.
Find out more about the climbing centre at Brookes »
If you want to represent #TEAMBrookes, give a new sport a go, or just find out more, then the best place to be is at our annual Sports Fair that takes place on the Wednesday of Fresher's Week.
Can't make the Sports Fair? You can still get further information by completing this form or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org