Grip & Go @ Adrenaline!

Challenge yourself and conquer new heights at our state-of-the-art indoor climbing facility in Lancashire. With various difficulty levels and instructors, you and your family can embark on an exhilarating climbing experience, regardless of your skill level.
Fun for the whole family in Lancashire. 

Based in Adrenaline in Rossendale, Lancashire, Grip & Go offers an action-packed experience like no other.

Adults and children from age 4 and above can conquer our 24 walls of fun, adventure and skill. Soar high on the Giants Staircase and, if you’re feeling really courageous, complete our infamous, ultimate challenge and attempt the Leap of Faith. Whether you’re a beginner or a climbing expert, Grip & Go has something for everyone. 

Opening Times
Monday-Friday: 4.30pm, 5:45pm and 7pm
Saturday: 9am, 10:15am, 11:30am, 12:45pm, 2pm, 3:15pm
Sunday: 9am, 10:15am, 11:30am, 12:45pm, 2pm and 3:15pm

Please note: more sessions are available during school holidays.Block bookings are available to book by emailing our Bookings Officer at, bookings@rltrust.co.uk

Location:
Adrenaline Centre,
Helmshore Road, Haslingden,
Rossendale, Lancashire BB4 4DN
01706 227016

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Plan your visit to Grip & Go in Rossendale

Step One

Book your Grip & Go session, click the “BOOK NOW” button above or call us on 01706 227016.

Step Four

It is time to conquer our 24-themed climbing walls  – you will have a full 60 minutes in the climbing arena.

Step Two

Please arrive 15 minutes before your session and a member of our reception team will you signed in. 

Step Five

Refuel and relax with some delicious snacks and drink at our on site cafè.

Step Three

Your safety briefing will start, you’ll be harnessed up and ready to climb walls.

Step Six

Head over to our social pages and leave us a review, be sure to tag us in your photos.

FAQ for Grip & Go in Rossendale

How much is Grip & Go?

£14 per climber. 

What should I wear to climb?

Climbers are to wear comfortable clothing and suitable shoes (trainers preferably). There must be no jewellery, watches, keys or mobile phones worn or carried whilst climbing. Hoodies need to be removed or hoods tucked in. We will require you to completely empty all pockets.
Lockers are provided at reception or in the climbing area to keep belongings safe but it is recommended to leave valuable items at home.
Long hair should be tied back to avoid risk of entanglement.
No open toe shoes are allowed.

Are lockers provided?

Yes lockers are provided, they are located at reception or in the climbing area.

Do I need to book?

Pre-booking of your Grip & Go session is always recommended as our sessions have a limited capacity and can fill up quickly.
You can call in on the spur of the moment but there is no guarantee that we will have spaces available.

Do you have gift vouchers available?

Yes we do! 
Gift vouchers are available at our reception desk. Ask a member of the Grip & Go team for more information. 

 

Can I come in the climbing area to watch my child?

Yes, adults who would like to go into the arena with their child can do so. This will be free of charge. However, if you accompany your child into the arena, you must watch the safety video.

 

Can I come in the climbing area to watch my child?

Yes, adults who would like to go into the arena with their child can do so. This will be free of charge. However, if you accompany your child into the arena, you must watch the safety video.

 

What is the Leap of Faith?

Are you feeling daring to tackle The Leap of Faith?

The aim of the challenge is to climb up the ladders onto the jump platform, take the leap and try to hold onto the trapeze bag.

Tickets for the Leap of Faith come at an extra cost and can be purchased on the day at the reception desk.

Can adults climb?

Absolutely! We encourage everyone to climb! 

Do you offer Grip & Go parties?

Yes we do. Click here to find out more about celebrating birthdays with Grip & Go.

Do you offer unlimited climbing?

Yes we have Energise Passes, which allows for unlimited climbing and adventure (including The Hill – home of Ski Rossendale) Click here to find out more.