Sport + Indoor

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  • DMM Alpha Sport Quickdraw

    DMM Alpha Sport Quickdraw

    £22.00
    The epic DMM Alpha Pro and Clip Carabiners connected with a variable width sling. Light enough for onsighting, sturdy enough for a siege.
  • DMM Flight 45L Bag

    DMM Flight 45L Bag

    £90.00
    A Sport climbing specific sack sized to give you maximum carrying capacity and still fit on airline hand luggage
  • DMM Mantis Belay Device

    DMM Mantis Belay Device

    £20.00
    A modern take on the classic belay device - compact and lightweight, it will work across a wide range of ropes. Ideal for indoor wall use and cragging
  • DMM Maverick 2 Harness

    DMM Maverick 2 Harness

    £53.00
    Lightweight all year round harness with a small pack size. Well balanced between durability, function and weight. Suited to most climbing activities
  • DMM Vertesse Harness

    DMM Vertesse Harness

    £53.00
    A lightweight design and construction makes the Woman's Vertesse harness highly flexible while climbing but allows a small pack size for the walk off.
  • Petzl GRIGRI +

    Petzl GRIGRI +

    £85.50
    GRIGRI evolution - Assisted braking belay device for all single rope featuring steel reinforcement in high wear areas and anti-panic handle
  • Scottish Sport Climbs

    Scottish Sport Climbs

    £28.00
    A comprehensive guide covering sport climbing throughout Scotland including 1300 routes across 100 crags from the central belt to Shetland
Sport Climbing

From humble beginnings as just training for climbing rock routes, indoor climbing has grown into an incredibly popular sport.  A fantastic social activity requiring minimal equipment it makes a great alternative to the monotony of gyms.  With staff always on hand to provide sessions, advice and make sure everyone is climbing safely it’s easy to get involved.

The logical first step into outdoor climbing is sport climbing.  Routes with bolts drilled into rock as the protection against falls.  It offers fast and gymnastic climbing with only low amounts of equipment needed.   Comfortable climbing shoes belay device and a harness are required, as are quickdraws for clipping the bolts and of course some quality climbing rope.  A helmet is also wise – sport crags aren’t without their loose rock!