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Bouldering Workshop

Karma Bouldering Workshop

Improve your climbing with Andre Hedger We are proud to be working with deaf climber Andre Hedger who will be providing you with a focused session of bouldering to help improve your skills on the wall. Andre is a well known climber and travels the world with his passion. He is also a director at Karma Climbing and as a deaf climber himself, he will provide an excellent experience for you to improve... Continue reading

Sheffield Coaching Event

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We’ve been busy working with UK Deaf Sport, the BMC and Deaf Hub to bring you an exciting day of climbing, coaching and information about the future of deaf climbing in the country. Set to be action packed, the Awesome Walls team have been busy perfecting their deaf awareness and communication tools. The event will see both adult and child lessons with advanced coaching available from GB Coach... Continue reading

ROCFest 2015

Team climbers Georgia and Ella competed in the ROCFest comp in Manchester. Georgia took 1st place and Ella took 2nd in their categories. Continue reading

Georgia takes on Round One of the Youth Climbing Series


I had an amazing day yesterday at the first round of The British Youth climbing series at the Quay! I flashed my first two boulder problems and my first two lead routes, and I managed to get quite high on my second lead route! I managed to get podium this year coming 3rd in my category youth A!! I’m so happy and psyched about this result and i can’t wait for the next round! ‪#‎deafclimber‬... Continue reading

Georgia’s Inter-Schools Comp

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I had the Devon inter-schools climbing competition today, at Rock and Rapid, the boulder problems were so fun and the top rope routes and I managed to win in my category and I’m so happy unfortunately I pulled my tendons in my fingers on my last top rope route rest day for a couple of days is needed I think! Continue reading

Suzi takes on Burbage North


This week, i had my first taste of real rock… I know, I know, I know, how is this possibly the first time. As ashamed as i am to say it, it was great to get my first proper outdoor climb under my belt. For those of you who don’t know about outdoor climbing there are a few different ways to do this (taken from The Castle Climbing Centre info page). Traditional (Trad) Climbing This is where... Continue reading

Ice Climbing at Vertical Chill

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For my birthday this year, two of my closest friends had bought me an ice climbing experience at Vertical Chill in London. Coincidentally, I had been looking into this just two weeks before so I was stoked to get it booked up. I got really excited and started telling everyone but they all looked really confused when I was saying “I’m going ice climbing in Covent Garden!” To battle... Continue reading

Training at Vauxwall


Recently, I went to check out the latest addition to the London climbing scene… Vauxwall. This dedicated boulder centre is ridiculously close to the tube station, which makes the post-climbing journey home a little easier. I have been trying to face my fears when bouldering as i still get fairly nervous, so this was a great opportunity to kick the training season off with a bang. I was a little... Continue reading

Climbing at The Castle

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For ages, i’ve been trying to get my brother Steve to come climbing. He is also a bit of an adventurous fella, always keen to try something new, so you’d think it would be easy to get him climbing with me… nope! Following months of nagging, i finally got him to join me at The Castle Climbing Centre in London. It is a really friendly and relaxed environment. I’d first been there... Continue reading