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Hot Rocks Climbing Wall

Climbing, Indoor
Profile iconAges 9+
Location iconDouglas
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Kids climbing at Hot Rocks Climbing Wall in Douglas

Attraction Information

Hot Rocks Climbing Wall is the only indoor climbing wall on the Isle of Man. It’s a warehouse-like venue with climbing areas of different difficulty.  Anyone’s welcome to climb the fun rainbow and single-colour climbing walls but if you are truly up for a challenge, try the vertical, overhanging and bouldering areas.

Never been climbing before? Worried the kids are too young? Don’t sweat it! Complete beginners, seasoned outdoor climbers and anyone in between can give it a go. So if you have any keen climbers over the age of 5 at home, don’t hesitate to bring them along.

Climbing is a brilliant experience but it can seem quite intimidating at first. This is why the staff at Hot Rocks Climbing Wall provides top-notch safety guidance. By the time they’ve finished, you’ll feel totally comfortable on the climbing wall. It helps beginners gain the necessary confidence to face the heights.  

One more thing - Hot Rocks Climbing Wall has no automatic belays, which gives you the perfect chance to bond and build trust with your belay partner.

  • Isle of Man's only indoor climbing venue
  • Suitable for everyone from beginners to pros
  • Anyone over the age of 5 can take part

Opening hours

Tuesday 17:30 - 21:00
Wednesday, Thursday 16:30 - 21:00
Friday 17:00 - 21:00
Saturday 10:30 - 18:00
Sunday 12:00 - 18:00

Closed Monday (open in school holidays/bank holidays)

Location

Address

4B Middle River Industrial Estate,
Douglas,
Isle of Man,
IM2 1AL,
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Phone number

01624 627728

Pricing

General Admission
Adults (18+): £7.50 
Kids (12-17): £6.50
Under 12's: £5.00

Kit Hire
Full kit (harness, shoes, belay & chalk bag): £3.50
Harness or shoes: £1.50
Belay or chalk bag: £1.00

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