I think we have officially gone to almost every wall in London now, after a quick search online, we realized that we had one left and that was The Climbing Hanger in Fulham. After a visit we have deemed it to be ‘The Most Boring Climbing Wall In London’.
We have been on a little break from blogging recently and decided what better way to come back than to tell you about our recent trip to The Reach climbing wall.
We do like a new shiny climbing wall and this year Stronghold opened its doors. So a few weeks ago we packed our shoes and chalk bags and headed off to N17 to check it out.
If you wondered why we haven’t posted in the last couple of weeks, well the title of this post will probably have answered that question for you. Yes, we have been on a little sabbatical again, this year to Spain’s Costa Del Sol. Here are some of the highlights of our trip.
We were going to post about the CFDA Red Carpet and maybe also the Glamour Awards Red Carpet. But honestly there weren’t that many WOW! Outfits to make a great post. So instead…
The last post marked our 100th post on here. With that in mind we thought we would let you know what’s in store
We found a new and shiny wall in East London. So Climbing Moss had to check it out. Here is what we found and thought.
It has been a while since we have taken a look at other walls to climb at as our usual hot spots are just getting a bit boring. We decided to take a trip and go and visit the Arch in Burnt Oak.
It’s been a while since we have been to a new wall but we felt that it was time to get to grips with a new challenge. So off to West London, White City to be precise to the Westway Sport Centre.
As you will have noticed if you have been following our posts (and you can follow all by clicking ‘follow’ or adding us on Bloglovin’), then you will know that we have been reviewing climbing walls, but we thought it was about time we got out and actually climbed some real rocks.