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  1. Bouldering at Stanage
    Whilst originally made famous for its traditional climbs the boulders that sit beneath Stanage Edge are packed with a history all of their own.
  2. Indoor Walls
    With four climbing centres to its name, Sheffield never leaves you yearning for an ascent or a bouldering problem.
  3. Stanage's Popular Trad Routes
    Some of the best outdoor climbing in the country can be found minutes from Sheffield city centre.
  4. Gritstone routes in the Burbage Valley
    Around 30 minutes by car/bus from Sheffield's city centre, Burbage offers a diverse range of gritstone climbing for all abilities.

A few of our favourite climbs...

Whether you're getting out on the grit for the first time or simply want somewhere new to try, here's some tips from the locals for a climbing adventure in Sheffield. 

  1. The breathtaking gritstone edge of Stanage is home to some of the most famous traditional or ‘trad’ routes in the world.

    Stretching over 4 miles, the breathtaking gritstone edge of Stanage is home to some of the most famous traditional or ‘trad’ routes in the world.
     

    11 Mar 2019
  2. Climbing Sheffield's artificial boulders

    Several purpose-built climbing boulders have popped up all over the city in recent years. Built to closely mimic the natural boulders and slabs found out in the Peak District, these public facilities offer a convenient and fun opportunity for novices and experts to work on their technique – all for free.

    20 Nov 2018
  3. Rivelin Edge: a connoisseur's crag

    Rivelin Edge is something of a connoisseur's crag. It is small, but perfectly formed – charming and with a very special quality to it.

    20 Nov 2018
  4. An indoor climbing guide to Sheffield

    Sheffield's indoor climbing walls are the ideal places for beginners to get to grips with the sport before heading out to Stanage and the likes.

    20 Nov 2018
  5. Escape the crowds at Dovestone Tor

    The longer walk in, and the fact that the sharp, gritty rock can sometimes be green, mean that it’s rarely busy at Dovestone Tor – a perfect place to escape the crowds on a dry, sunny day.

    20 Nov 2018
  6. Bouldering at Stanage Edge

    Whilst originally made famous for its traditional climbs, the boulders that sit beneath Stanage Edge are packed with a quality and history all of their own.

    11 Dec 2018
  7. Beat the weather: where to climb, come rain or shine

    If you climb outdoors you will always have one eye on the weather. A little local knowledge can help you find the right crag in and around Sheffield, and get a good day’s climbing whatever the weather.

    20 Nov 2018

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  1. Add The Foundry Climbing Centre to your Itinerary

    Sheffield

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    Type:

    Rock Climbing

    Address

    The Foundry Climbing Centre, Unit 2, 45 Mowbray Street, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S3 8EN

    Telephone

    0114 279 6331

    Dedicated climbing centre offering walls up to 13m high with lead, top rope and bouldering climbing. On-site cafe and climbing shop.

  2. Add Lost Earth Adventures to your Itinerary

    Parsons Lane, Hope

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    Type:

    Outdoor Pursuits Centre

    Address

    Unit 10, Aston Industrial Estate, Parsons Lane, Hope, Derbyshire, S33 6RB

    Telephone

    01904 500094

    Specialising in mountain adventures, we tailor our expertise from charities and schools to small groups and private clients.

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