Just Keep Climbing at Indirock this Easter!

March 13, 2024

It’s not long until the Easter break, and Indirock has something for all ages during the school holidays. If you’re looking for an activity to keep your young ones occupied and active this April - look no further!

Plus, over Easter weekend they will be hosting an Easter Egg Hunt for younger climbers. Hunt for the letters, spell out the Easter word and win a chocolate egg! Keep an eye on their social media for more information.

So, what’s on for the kids this school holidays? Indirock have broken it down by age group…

For the Infants - 4 and 5 year olds

Indirock’s most recent addition is ‘Carrot’ Climbs, specially designed for their youngest adventurers!

The team appreciate that taking young children to a climbing gym may be intimidating, especially when traditional routes may be tricky for their age and size. Carrot Climbs is a child- friendly solution tailored to the youngest adventurers.

These specially designed climbs feature vibrant orange and green holds, strategically placed throughout Indirock to provide a fun and approachable climbing experience for 4 and 5-year- olds. Unlike traditional routes, which may be difficult for young climbers to reach, the Carrot Climbs are designed to be more accessible, encouraging children to explore and conquer at their own pace.

For the Juniors and Youth - 6 - 13 year olds

If your child is a fan of climbing, but you're short on time to supervise them, Indirock also offer Holiday Drop-Off Sessions for 6 to 13 year olds.

For 2 hours, an Indirock instructor will supervise up to six young people. Each child will have the chance to work on their bouldering technique in a light touch way, with individualised tips and advice. The session price includes a squash break in the Indirock Coffee Shop.

Get 2 hours back for work or pleasure, and book a place now.


In general, under 18’s need to be supervised to climb at Indirock. This is for everyone’s safety. If you’re aged 14-17, you’ve been climbing with Indirock for a while and they believe you’re mature and safe enough to climb without an adult supervisor, you can apply to get signed off for independent climbing.

It’s down to their experienced team to decide whether you are safe enough to climb unsupervised, and permission will also need to be agreed with your parent or guardian. If your Teen doesn’t have an adult to supervise you can book them into one of the instructed sessions where an adult doesn’t need to stay. More information is on their website Indirock’s website

And don’t forget, adults are always welcome. There’s no need to book, just register before you visit and rock up!


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