Junior Courses

Climbing Classes suitable for children aged 8 to 16.

Adult Courses

Climbing Classes suitable for adult beginners and improvers.

Club Sessions

Why not come along to our casual drop in sessions!

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South Norfolk Climbing Club are committed to encouraging people to get together, get active and get climbing!

In partnership with Morley Village & Sports Hall, we built a superb new climbing wall. The Morley Wall offers 12 lines, 36 routes, a 1.6m overhang, top rope and lead climbing, with graded routes to challenge all levels of ability.

The Morley Wall is located in Morley near Wymondham with easy access off the A11 and opened its doors to the public for the first time on 7 May 2016.

SNCC offer Junior Climbing Courses and Adult Beginner/Refresher Courses as well as weekly casual climbing sessions for club members on Fridays from 7.30pm to 9.30pm

For more information, please feel free to contact us or subscribe to our newsletter.

A Great Experience for Beginners & Advanced Climbers Alike

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SNCC Course Dates

The next term will be Autumn 2018

Courses will start week commencing Monday 10th September 2018 and the final week will be week commencing Monday December 10th 2018.

Adult beginner courses are 4 week courses.

Junior NICAS Courses

Monday and Wednesday Evenings

Ladies Wellbeing

Monday
Mornings

Little Lizards (ages 4-6)

Thursday
Lunchtimes

Home Education Junior NICAS

Thursday
Lunchtimes

Adult Beginners

Wednesday
Evenings

Member Sessions (16+)

Friday
Evenings

Please contact us for more information on any of the above courses

what people say

I have been climbing for nine months. Climbing has made me work better in a team, also it has made me believe more in myself and overcome my fear of heights.

Josh, 15

For me personally, the experience of learning to climb has enabled me to challenge my fear of heights, increased my self-confidence, improved my fitness and given me a new circle of fantastic friends.

Louise

What I love about climbing is the trust you develop in other people, and the sense of community this builds.

Adrian