Summer Local – Hang tough this summer at the Dublin Climbing Centre
THE LONGER brighter days of summer can lead to families doing a lot more spontaneous activities and the Dublin Climbing Centre offers an engaging activity that will test one’s ability to hang tough.
Located in Tallaght, the Dublin Climbing Centre is a state-of-the-art indoor climbing wall which offers both roped climbing and bouldering for people of all abilities.
The dynamic space full of bumped walls provides a fun experience for both well-versed climbers and beginners alike, with families, school groups, and corporate groups also popular.
Climbing at the Dublin Climbing Centre promises to not only increase one’s physical ability but offer a unique mental challenge as you traverse the walls.
Each wall features a large variety of angles and shapes, which are ideal for balancing challenge and fun in a safe environment.
Staff at the centre are inviting people to drop by and have a chat, with beginner sessions enabling newcomers to give it a bash under the guidance of the qualified instructors.
Experience is not necessary whatsoever and all gear can be provided on site, with everyone over the age of six-years-old able to book in and start scrambling to the peak.
Items such as chalk bags, belay plates, shoes, harnesses, and lead ropes are all available on site to kit out climbers before they take on the bouldering gym or climbing wall.
Prebooking is essential either over the phone at 01 558 2800 or online at www.dublinclimbingcentre.ie, with the Dublin Climbing Centre open Monday to Thursday 11am to 10pm, Friday 11am to 9pm and on weekends from 10am to 6pm.
The Dublin Climbing Centre is located next to South Dublin County Council’s offices and the County Hall building, in The Square Industrial Complex at Belgard Square East in Tallaght.