FAMILYPLAY

What is it?

HighballPlay (Family) is family friendly version of our standard 'child only' HighballPlay session and is for parents/relatives who want to climb alongside their children.  

It's a one hour supervised climbing session on our higher sport climbing walls. Our trained instructors will keep you and your child safe while you experience 'top rope' climbing and using autobelays.

The HighballPlay (Family) session has a minimum booking of 2, requiring at least one adult and one child.

REMINDER: This is a family climbing session, if you don't want to climb with your children, check out the standard  HighballPlay activity session.

Who is it for?

Children and Adults Aged 4+
Adults wanting to climb with their children
Beginners wanting their first climbing experience or, a just a fun activity to do together.

FAMILYPLAY

From £10pp*

Ages 4+ (no upper age limit)

INCLUDES:

60-minute Session

Instructor Supervised

All Equipment Included

NO SESSIONS CURRENTLY

FAMILYPLAY : Frequently Asked Questions

No. Our Intro Courses are perfect for both newcomers and those with previous climbing experience who want a more comprehensive refresher. If you have never climbed before, however, it may be beneficial to book a Taster Session first.

Depending on what type of session you are taking part in will determine how many climbs you get. With our Taster Sessions we will give you as many opportunities as possible to climb, our more instructional sessions will focus on safety and techniques alongside climbing. It all depends on how confident you feel too, our instructors won't force you to the top but gently encourage to where you are comfortable.

We have a mixture of climbs and challenges suitable for all ages. If you want to get to the top, we’re sure you will be able to. Our instructors will not push you or your children further than they want to go; ‘the top’ will come with confidence.

We have a maximum working ratio of 1 to 8, however, most courses operate on a maximum 1 to 6. We feel this offers increased value for money and time on the wall. Ultimately, instructors have the final say and will make changes if they feel necessary.