Please be aware that:

  1. Pre-Booking your session is ESSENTIAL

 

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Adult Bouldering

If you are new to bouldering then we recommend coming along to one of our Boulder Socials. The sessions are run by local climbers who are trusted boulderers and can offer friendly advice. Open to any adult who climbs at Flashpoint Bristol, this informal social is a great place to meet other climbers and perhaps find your next climbing partner.

There’s no additional cost to the usual entry price, just come along and get involved!
Monday – Thursday, 6:30 pm – 9 pm.

Find out more about our Boulder Socials here.

Unsupervised Climbing (18+)

No matter what your experience, you will be asked to watch a short video induction, read our conditions of use and fill out a registration form. The staff will ask you a couple of questions to ensure you have understood the induction and then you will be free to use the centre.

Please pre-register online before you arrive to beat the queue and save valuable climbing time!

 

Kids & Youth

If you are looking for kids indoor activities & classes check out the kids page here. If you are looking to supervise your own children please see below (further info can be found on our Terms & Conditions page).

 

0 – 6 years

Unfortunately Flashpoint Bristol is not suitable for this age group. Freedog (located in the same building) and Redpoint Bristol (in Bedminster) have loads of options for younger kids so be sure to check them out.

7 – 17 years

An adult who has registered at our bouldering centre will normally be allowed to supervise one child aged between 7 – 11 years old OR two children IF at least one of them is over 12 years old.

The supervising adult must take full responsibility for the safety of the participants and complete the relevant paperwork.

14 – 17 years

We do allow experienced teenagers to register to climb unsupervised, but they must get a parent to complete an enhanced parental consent form on top of their standard registration form.

If you are 14 or 15 your parent will need to visit the centre in order to complete the forms with you.

Parents of 16 or 17 year olds can fill out the paperwork remotely, but they must be available via the phone to confirm on your first visit.