Reach New Heights with Pulse Climbing!
Pulse Climbing has gone one better and opened an exciting new boulder gym in Warners Bay to complement its top rope climbing gym in Adamstown to better cater for increased popularity of the sport in the Newcastle Region.
Pulse Climbing Managing Director, Scott Forrester said "It's an exciting time at Pulse Climbing and climbing in general as the debut of the sport in the Olympics in Tokyo 2020 approaches. It fantastic to see the next generation of climbers come through our doors and fall in love with the sport. The thought of helping an athlete achieve an Olympic dream is a fabulous prospect and something we hope to achieve as climbing continues to grow in popularity and cements itself as an Olympic sport".
Pulse Climbing is the perfect venue for beginner climbers looking to try the sport for the first time. Experienced, friendly staff are on hand to give advice and every first time climber gets a safety orientation before they get started to make sure they get the most out of their visit. We also cater for the more experienced climber with excellent training facilitates and a progression of climbing grades that will keep all levels of climbers wanting to come back for the next challenge. YOUTH HOLIDAY CLINICS - Our youth holiday clinics are a great way to keep the kids happy and healthy during the school holidays! Running from 10am–1pm they include warm-up, climbing games and activities, individualised advice, a healthy morning tea and cool down activities.
Adamstown sessions will be held on 14+21 April. Warners Bay sessions will be held on 16+23 April. Places are limited so please book in advance online at www.pulseclimbing.com.au/product/youth-holiday-clinic or by calling the gym.
AGES All Abilities - Beginners to Experienced
ADDRESS Warners Bay – 2/305 Hillborough Road Warners Bay
Adamstown – 10/122 Garden Grove Parade, Adamstown
DETAILS No bookings required for casual gym entry. Open 10am everyday in the school holidays (until 10pm Mon–Fri, 6pm Sat and 4pm Sun). Minimum climbing age of 5, all children under 12 must be actively supervised by an adult.