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The Prow Climbing Centre


The Prow Climbing Centre has arrived.

We have provided indoor climbing in Cornwall in a BIG way.

Think 1000+ square metres (10500 sq ft) of climbing of all types!

  • Auto Belay activities and open sessions

  • Huge Bouldering structures

  • Lead/top rope sports climbing walls

  • Training area

 
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Not only climbing!

We also offer:

  • Cafe and seating area

  • Largest yoga studio in Cornwall

  • Function/Party room

  • Showers and changing facility’s

  • 40+ free parking spaces!

  • Toddler igloo


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Thinking of joining us?

Grab an early bird membership or book a group now and save up to 30%

Contact us

Phone: TBC

Email: info@theprowclimbing.com

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We need your help!

We are crowdfunding to bring the best centre we can to cornwall. Bigger and better facilities for everyone to enjoy!

we have some great opportunities to snag yourself some discounts and limited time offers.

Location

The Prow Climbing Centre

Barnfields Business Park,

New Trevibban Farm,

St Issey,

Wadebridge,

Cornwall,

PL27 7SE

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Our Values

At The Prow Climbing Centre we have a simple set of values

We must:

01.

Safety in every form, above all else

02.

Facilitate all. Climbing is inclusive, we will provide an opportunity to everyone

03.

Nurture and promote talent. Finding a calling is rare, we must jump on these opportunities with commitment.

04.

Endeavour to leave it in a better condition than it was found; whatever “it” may be. Environmentally, physically and mentally.

What Is A Climbing Centre?

The original climbing centre allowed climbers to hone their skills during off seasons, these have evolved and recently flourished into a new space that houses a sport of their own.

Now not only do they offer climbing but it has become a third space in our lives; not home, not work, but a sociable space offering food, classes, and friends.

Nothing inspires camaraderie quite like solving a problem together, climbing requires mental capacity as much as its physical sibling. This unique situation brings unconventional climbing squads together that spend as much time smiling and laughing as they do hanging from walls.