There’re a few different types of climbing you can do here at White Spider:
Climbing on walls around 3.5 metres high, without the use of ropes or a harness. We set short ‘problems’ on the bouldering walls, and the magic is in figuring out how to get to the top! We take safety seriously, so our boulder mats are there to ensure a soft landing.
Climbing with ropes is arguably the safest type of climbing. With the help of harnesses and belay devices, you’re secure and safe whilst climbing up our 10 metre walls. Of course, you’ll need a partner who knows what they’re doing, so you can keep each other safe!
This is the next level of climbing once you’ve mastered bouldering and top roping. In order to lead climb, you’ll need to have at least 6 months of climbing experience on ropes, and be climbing at a grade f6a comfortably.
You’ll need to choose which course is right for you, and what type of climbing you’ll be doing.
We recommend a Beginners Course as the fastest and most cost-effective way of becoming an all-round experienced climber. After the course, you’ll have the skills to boulder, auto-belay and top rope climb independently, without supervision. There are other options too, which you can explore via the links below: