Start climbing with a group session or find your own feet with help available as and when you need it. We have everything you need to get you off the ground and accelerate your skills.

Coached sessions

Led by our qualified instructors, coached sessions take place in small groups with an emphasis on getting you climbing faster better. From your first steps to the high grades we're here to support you.


A half-hour induction that gives you a tour of the wall, a quick briefing on staying safe and some initial pointers to make those first few climbs a breeze. Anyone can do it. 

If there are three or more of you you can organise a session at a time to suit you. Ideal for families and friends. Just drop us a line to arrange.

£10 per person.

Beginners - Monday 6:30pm, Wednesday 7:30pm

Three sessions of an hour running on consecutive weeks. Each session focuses on a fundamental core skill: footwork, body position and strategy. 

These sessions are ideal for those who have previously tried climbing and want to accelerate their abilities. We reckon you'll be climbing V2-V3 by the time you're done.

Participants will also receive suggestions regarding effective regular training practices, warmups and warm downs and training away from the wall. 

£25. Hangar members only.

Advanced - Tuesdays, 8pm

Three sessions of an hour running on consecutive weeks. 

The advanced sessions are designed to push those climbing V3 or higher to tackle a couple of grades above their current level by focusing on technique. At the first session you'll chat about your goals and challenges so we can tailor the classes and ensure everyone in the group gets the most out of their experience.

Participants will also receive suggestions regarding effective regular training practices, warmups and warm downs and training away from the wall.

£25. Hangar members only.

Circuit Sessions - Tuesdays, 6:30-8pm

Tackle the plateau with this quick fire beta tour and advice session focusing on all the climbs on a particular circuit. Covering a different level each week (from blue to white) you'll get everything you need to overcome those climbs in your own time.

Hangar members only. £20 (includes entry), £10 for unlimited pass holders and subscribers.

Train to climb

We like to mix it up a bit at the Hangar, and we strongly believe in training away from the wall to get better on the wall. Join one of our alternative training classes to build the strength, stability, agility, and concentration to become an excellent climber. 

Our yoga sessions deliver:

  • An array of poses suitable for absolute beginners as well as more established yoga practitioners
  • Effective stretches to ease aching muscles after a good hard climb
  • Mental relaxation
  • Breath, stability and strength practices that can be applied on the wall
  • Overall a greater awareness of your body and how it responds to help you move more fluidly and flexibly during your climbs

Yoga for climbers - Tuesday and Thursday evenings

Led by Sion Jones at 7pm every Tuesday and Thursday.

£6.50 guests, £5 for members

Roaming coaches

Tap into our experience when you hit a snag in the crag. Our roaming coaches are available throughout the evening for advice and tips to get you over that pesky plateau. Normal entry prices apply. No booking required.

Check out our coaching team


For all pay as you go clubs and classes, we're happy to refund the cost of the session providing you cancel at least 24 hours in advance. No refund is available if you cancel less than 24 hours in advance.


How fit / strong do I need to be?

You don’t need to be fit or super strong to start climbing. You’ll find problems (what we call individual climbs) you can do on your first visit, and the more you practice the stronger you’ll become! Just make sure you warm up before you start to minimise the risk of injury, and you can get cracking right away (our staff can help if you need guidance – just ask).

I don't like heights - how high is the wall?

Bouldering isn’t about climbing high. The wall is only 4.2m at its highest point. And remember, while your hands might be at the top, your feet are unlikely to ever be more than 3m off the ground. The Climbing Hangar has crash mats throughout and we can teach you to land safely to minimise the risk of injury. As you gain in confidence you will stop noticing the heights.

How safe is bouldering?

Bouldering is a risky sport. But as long as you are aware of the particular type of risks associated with bouldering and how to avoid unnecessary dangers, it’s actually no more dangerous than normal kids’ play activities or adult sports. The induction video will tell you what to be aware of and how to stay safe, and our waiver document outlines your responsibilities as a Climbing Hangar customer. We’re fully insured and our team is qualified in coaching (and first aid should you need it).

What's your cancellation policy for classes?

For all pay as you go clubs and classes, we're happy to refund the cost of the session providing you cancel at least 24 hours in advance. No refund is available if you cancel less than 24 hours in advance.