The Arch Climbing Wall

The Arch Climbing Wall

The Arch Climbing Wall is a new wall climbing centre in Burnt Oak.

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Bouldering is climbing without ropes above a soft landing. Indoor bouldering routes are identified by coloured holds, so the climber links movements between starting and finishing points, using only a certain colour of holds on the wall.

If you’ve never climbed before, you must take one hour Introduction Lesson at one of our centres to give you the best possible start. You will need to pre-book your Introduction Lesson, but afterwards you can visit for a climb whenever you want.

Arch North – our brand new centre at Burnt Oak opened in September 2015. A modern, glass fronted spacious building offering up to 11 000 square feet of climbing. Arch North is divided into 10 areas which feature mostly overhanging climbs. We have an extensive slab wall to compliment and a hugely popular horizontal roof and barrel wall feature. There are two large stand alone boulder islands and modern strength training facilities, 45 degree training board, gym rings, finger boards and gym apparatus. Arch North features exceptional modern facilities, changing rooms, showers, lockers, seating area, coffee bar and shop.

Under 12′s – strictly two children to one supervising adult.

12-18 year olds can climb unsupervised but will be required to present a signed & dated letter of consent from a parent or guardian and are subject to strict understanding of the Rules and Conditions of the Centre. Phone calls from the parents/guardians will not be accepted
as substitute of signed consent.


Opening Times

Monday to Friday: 10.00am – 10.00pm

Weekends: 10.00am – 9.00pm

Off-peak times before 4pm weekdays

Peak times weekdays after 4pm, all day weekends & bank holidays



Single Admission (Peak Time) £9.00
Single Admission (Off Peak)  £6.50

10 Climbs (Anytime) £65.00

1 Month Pass (under 18′s) £30

Shoe rental £3  and Liquid Chalk is £1.50 (No climbing in trainers/outdoor shoes)


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