New for 2017 Ninja Training
At Rock Over Climbing
Adventure Week only £100 – includes LUNCH!
This summer let your little Ninja’s develop their Ninja skills… Climbing, Parkour, Free Running, Bushcraft, Survival, Fire Lighting, Bouldering and more all the training a Ninja Needs! All part of our amazing Adventure Week which at just £100 per week or £25pd including lunch is amazing value for money!
Adventure Week – Ages 5+ The ultimate adventure & Ninja Skills Training Camp! Parkour, Free Runnning, Climbing, bouldering, outdoor climbing trips, Bushcraft, survival, camp fires and more. Let your little Ninjas develop their ninja skills and have an amazing adventures. Under the safe guidance of our fully qualified and experienced instructors. We don’t run the Adventure Week during Christmas/New Year time. More Info
Adventure Days – Ages 5+ The ultimate adventure! Climbing, bouldering, camp fires, woodland adventures and more. A fantastic opportunity to try exciting new adventures and develop skills, under the safe guidance of our fully qualified and experienced instructors. We run the Adventure Days during January holidays. More Info (adventure week) -click here to book now-
Family* Adventure – Ages 4+ Sample all the climbing we have to offer! Young and old adventurers alike (and everyone in between!) will travel around the centre with one of our experienced and qualified instructors on a climbing adventure, from our world-class bouldering walls to our new & exciting Adventure Zone. Ideal for the whole family! More Info
Family* Bouldering Taster – Ages 4+ Want to learn how to use our bouldering centre safely? This 1 hour lesson covers all the basics of safe climbing, as well as a bit of coaching! Parents will be taught alongside children, in order to be able to safely supervise them throughout the centre. Once the introduction is over, families are free to continue climbing throughout the day, provided our minimum ratios are met (1 adult can supervise a maximum of 2 children). Ideal for the whole family! More info on our introductions can be found here
*an adult must accompany any child under the age of 11