Since the beginning of the Year and with all the closures and stuff we have not been Climbing, so with the restrictions lifted and the walls of London finally opening again we were eager to get back and see how it has changed and what it is going to be like climbing post Lockdown.
We haven’t been climbing that much recently due to Bob’s knee being F*@&%d and no one willing to treat it. So that means we may be a bit out of shape and we haven’t been able to review the new walls that have popped up around the capital, But even with injuries the lure of … More Climbing in the west
It’s been a while since we’ve had a new Climbing Wall in London to review and so when we realised that The Arch, Biscuit Factory and Building One have merged and re-opened as one new, shiny and bigger centre. Now known as Building One + we had to check it out.
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.
Given the success of our last climbing wall review :s we thought we should really review our home wall. Although we have only just started exploring other walls (her more than him) This is the one we always seem to go back to and know the most about. Again, Please remember that what we write … More Mile End Climbing Wall review
Considering our blog is called Climbing Moss and we are both climbers we thought why not do a review of some indoor climbing walls? We wont however be reviewing that much moss (I don’t think)