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Climbing for Kids


CLIMBING FOR KIDS (from age 9 to grown-up kids) at The Castle, London‘s premier indoor climbing centre.

  • Be excited, challenged & rewarded!
  • Improve your balance, coordination, fitness & strength.
  • Build your self-confidence and overcome your fears!
  • All this and have fun at the same time!
  • Fully qualified, experienced instructors.
  • More than fifteen years experience.
  • Unrivalled safety record.

‘A fantastic day’ (The Times)


Follow the stars!

Team GB stars Jo Neame, Louis Parkinson and Jim Pope are all ex-Geckos. They are by no means alone. Over the years, we have introduced literally thousands of kids - of all ages, shapes and abilities - to the benefits and the joys of rock-climbing. Two have even gone on to work with us as instructors!


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