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FIRST TIME? COMPLETE FORMS BEFORE YOU VISIT
If you are new to climbing outdoors or thinking about starting we have gathered some useful tips to help you stay safe and confident.
We are here to keep you as safe as possible. Take our safety quiz, find out about coaching or just refresh your knowledge and skills.
TCA climber, Dr Ry McHenry's had an incredible 2020. In between heavy shifts in ICU he managed one of his best climbing years to date
Watch our talk: We discuss the pros and cons of different devices, skill-fade, why accidents happen and offer practical ideas for practising and improving your belaying safely.
Climbing on auto belay is a safe sport, if it is done correctly. But lose focus and any one of us could forget to clip. We speak to Sam about her accident and what we need to do as climbers to stay safe.
Watch our free Q&A Hazel Findlay. Get tips to deal with stress and create a positive mindset. Stay safe and make progress by managing your comfort, stretch or panic zone.
Rewatch our first online event with Hetty Key who shared results from her research into mental wellbeing and the outdoors and talked about the Women's Trad Festival
Find ways to overcome fear, push past challenges and be inspired through sport to improve your mental wellbeing.
Paraclimber James talks about getting back into climbing at TCA and we share his brilliant new video.
As the brand new Dumby guide hits the shelves, co-author and TCA staff member John Hutchinson shares his personal connection to the Clyde's iconic climbing venue.
Watch Pretty Strong from the comfort of your own sofa - a climbing film about women, by women, and for everyone.
Did you know that all over 70s climb for free at TCA? We talk to Alan to find out about climbing at 71
Top UK climber and Urban Uprising’s Ambassador Hazel Findley volunteers for her first session with the charity at The Prop Store.
Join the TCA gang for a fun day of cleaning, eating, winning raffle prizes and hopefully even a spot of climbing!