What You Need To Know!

How to make the most of your Clip 'n Climb experience!

 
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BOOK ONLINE

Book online to secure your spot in a climbing session time of your choosing. There is a limited capacity of 36 climbers per hour, and some session times are busier than others, so pre-booking online is highly recommended. We do accept walk-ins, dependent upon availability for that hour.

 
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SIGN YOUR WAIVER

Fill out your waiver online in advance to expedite the check-in process.

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ARRIVE EARLY

Climbing Sessions begin every hour, ON the hour *SHARP*

Arrive 20 minutes before your climbing session is due to begin.

When you arrive: check-in at Reception, get your wristband then make your way to the safety briefing area.

 
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SAFETY BRIEFING

Safety briefing consists of a run down of the climbing rules and expectations, a harness fitting and instruction on how to use our belaymate attachment system. 

The briefing commences 15 minutes before your full hour of climbing. If you arrive late, you will still be required to attend a safety briefing and harness fitting, and you may not benefit from the full one hour of climb-time.

 
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CLIMB!

Enjoy one full hour of sensational climbing fun!

 

Other Important information!

Who can climb?

Everyone 4 years old and older can climb, meeting the weight requirements (33-330 lbs). There is absolutely no maximum age to participate - adults, teens and kids of any experience level, are all welcome!

There are many variables with very young participants, so we generally do not recommend this activity to children 3 years and under. This is due in part to their small size and the child finding the autobelay system and harness to be an unfamiliar or uncomfortable sensation.

 

What to wear? 

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Climbers will need clean/indoor closed toed shoes (eg: running shoes) and comfortable clothing. Boots, flip-flops, heels or bare feet cannot be worn in the climbing arena. 

Professional style climbing shoes are not recommended and the use of chalk is not permitted. 

Long hair should be tied back and any loose jewellery should be removed. Avoid wearing hoodies, clothing with drawstrings, or clothing that restricts your movements.

 

What to bring? 

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We provide all the safety equipment you will need. Clip ‘n Climb harnesses must be worn by all climbers. You are welcome to bring a water bottle during your climb. Strictly no food, gum or other beverages are permitted in the climbing arena.

We have lockers onsite, bring a lock if you wish to use them during your session.