Experiences and Opportunities in Climbing and the Outdoors.
We create and support fun, empowering and sustainable experiences.
From first steps into climbing, building and consolidating knowledge, right through to advanced skills development.
We are also creating and supporting opportunities to gain training, qualifications, mentorship, and employment within Climbing and the Outdoors.
These include leadership roles within these industries.
Other amazing organisations and projects offering opportunities to climb and breaking down barriers into the sport.
A community of Clmbxrs with different levels of experience, empowering each other through the sport. With regular climbing meet ups across London, the Clmbxr crew are surly one of the most fun and supportive climbing communities around. Check out their YouTube to see for you self. And don’t forget to follow them on Instagram and Facebook.
A London based climbing community for anyone with any disability or long term health condition. They welcome all levels of climbers, especially those who have not tried the sport before.
Follow them on Facebook , Instagram (@paraclimbinglondon) and Twitter (@paraclimblondon)
Climbing for All Sheffield was set up to help children, young people and adults with a wide range of disabilities enjoy climbing, and be visible and included in the climbing community in Sheffield.
A signatory of the Mental Health Charter BlackDog are actively encouraging people to take up outdoor activities. Part of the amazing work they are doing is organising both indoors and outdoors climbing events.
Rock Tots is an empowering, supportive and fun climbing programme designed for children between the 1-6y and their families/carers. Their classes run from different climbing centre around the UK, although they are also working with charities such as Climbing Life Kenya to help promote the benefits of our sport, to more communities around the world.
They realise that barriers to climbing can come in very different forms depending on the individual child and their circumstances. They encourage families to get in contact, so they can work together in addressing any barriers.
With their incredibly climbing events they aim to positively impact people’s climbing with activities that connect, develop and inspire.
Women climb is the UK’s biggest female climbing community. We’re passionate about all things climbing, from finding the best gear to celebrating new milestones in our climbing journeys. We aim to provide an inclusive, welcoming, sharing community which helps women find climbing partners, improve skills and boost their confidence: all the things you need to stay in love with climbing. Come join us.
The Women’s Bouldering Festival in Fontainebleau is a non-profit event is an inclusive platform bridging Climbing’s growing mentorship gap.
If you know of any other organisation doing amazing things for diversity, inclusion and equity in climbing please do let us know.