The Climbing club is open to anyone, no matter the ability. Providing sessions for both complete beginners to competition climbers.
Climbing is excellent for both your mental and physical health. Additionally, it’s also a great way to meet new people in a laid back and welcoming environment.
We host two social sessions per week during term time, Monday's depot and Thursday's foundry 6-8pm. We also offer discounted intro and learn to lead sessions with the foundry. If you are interested, drop us an email for more information.
We also host socials (including sober ones!), fun competitions, and charity events with chances to win a wide range of prizes!
How to join us?
To become part of the society head over to the join us tab and purchase the £30 recreational membership. Included in this membership:
- A Hallam Climbing shirt
- A Hallam Climbing sticker
- Cover as part of a BMC club allowing you to partake in outdoor trips with the club.
- Access to all social climbing and events
- For those experienced in climbing outside free use of the gear store!
To keep up to date with information and events head over to our social media (Instagram and Facebook).
The performance team is selected at the start of each year and represent the university in NUBS (northern university bouldering series) and BUCS (British university championship series), which run throughout the academic year.
As part of the team you will be provided with a membership to the climbing works, weekly training sessions and entry to BUCS.
NUBS (Northern University Bouldering Series) is open to anyone attending the university no matter the ability level, with grades ranging from V0-V8. It’s a great way to get introduced to climbing competition and also to meet other climbers. For additional information on this drop us an email.
We are also hosting charity competitions this year - for more information about these follow our instagram account.
Before attending any session at a centre you have not visited before, you must register with the centre. During your first session make yourself know to a member of the committee for a safety brief. If you would like a copy of the risk assessment please contact us.
Please familiarise yourself with this saftey breif- members version.docx before attending your first session!