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.
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.
It has been a while now since our last #climbingwall and since there is a few opening up throughout this year. We decided to give one of these a go, @HarroWall #climbing #rockclimbing #london … More Harrowall Climbing.
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.
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.