Hornbeam Park Avenue
At Harrogate Climbing Centre, we pride ourselves on providing top quality facilities for all our customers.
Alongside the impressive climbing & bouldering facilities, the onsite Indulge Cafe is a great place to relax with a panini and a latte, and the Rock Shop climbing shop are here to provide you any shiny new gear you may need and offer expert advice on your next climbing trip!
For those seeking roped climbing, Harrogate Climbing Centre hosts 65 climbing lines, which are a mixture of top roped and lead lines.
Our main lead wall is an impressive 12 meters high, with our main lead wall extending routes to a possible 15m. Surrounding this are a wide range of other fantastic climbing lines of all shapes and sizes, specially designed to cater for climbers of all abilities. We re-set all our routes regularly to make sure there is always something new to try.
Our climbing hall is in the main area of a converted industrial building, and we have retained the original gantry feature leading to our abseil platform, as well as some industrial RSJs, all of which provide an interesting link to the building’s industrial past.
It’s a great place to climb, meet new people and socialise.
With Max Card – 15% off taster sessions.
As seen on Channel 5 ‘The Yorkshire Vet’ featuring our vets based at Skeldale Veterinary Surgery in Thirsk, where they fixed a jaw injury on Dobby the Llama.
If you are looking for some fun, want to relax and enjoy a high quality experience try Llama Trekking in the UK. As Yorkshire is the perfect place, why not join us on one of our experiences or treks with our wonderful team. We are very proud to be currently ranked as the number 1 activity in the whole of the Harrogate Area and ranked one of the top 10 in the whole of Yorkshire on Trip Advisor!
Nidderdale Llamas are based in the picturesque Yorkshire Dales and trek through the beautiful Nidderdale Countryside with llamas and even some alpacas.
We offer Llama and Alpaca Trekking all year round and our friendly team not only will help you with the arrangements for your day or special event, but with our contacts and knowledge of the area, we can advise you on how to create a great day out or restful break in “Gods Own Country – Yorkshire”
RHS Garden Harlow Carr in Yorkshire covers 27.5 hectares (68 acres). Set in a valley and very much a part of the Yorkshire countryside, the garden has a wide variety of growing landscapes, from running and still water to woodland and wildflower meadows.
Acidic soil affords a fabulous environment for rhododendrons and Himalayan blue poppies, while visitors can be inspired if they have to contend with similar weather conditions – cold, drying winter winds, deep frosts, a cooler, shorter growing season and lots of wet weather
Would you go to a bar or café that only sold water? What if it reeked of sulphur? Welcome to Harrogate’s famous Pump Room. First built in 1842, it wasn’t unusual for 1500 glasses of water to be served each morning. The museum now tells the fashionable story of Harrogate and the daily spa routine, a place for health and happiness.
With Max Card – Free entry.
Enjoy a family day out in North Yorkshire at Studfold Trail near Pateley Bridge in beautiful Nidderdale…
Come and find the Studfold Fairies in their special houses in the enchanted Village of Two stone wishes in a hidden dell. Follow the adventure nature trail, and ride on a go kart at this fun attraction for families. Take time out with your children or grandchildren, away from digital devices!
Breathe in the fresh air and let children enjoy the freedom of the magical setting at Studfold, farmed by 16 generations of the same family. Marvel at the surrounding views and enjoy a picnic or delicious cakes from the cafe. If you’re looking for something to do with children for family days out in North Yorkshire, Studfold is the place to be. It’s ideal for children from toddlers to 12, with different activities to engage all ages, boys and girls. They love to find the larger than life surprises along the trail including the 20ft hedgehog, giant stroy-telling chair, massive footprints, huge spiders web, and many more.
You might also like to take a seat for a little while in the bird hide or just sit and watch the children enjoy the play park near the ancient barn where you can learn more about farming in past times. Young visitors are encouraged to get in the spirit by wearing their own pixie or fairy dressing up clothes, or in the summer holidays they can borrow fairy fairy wings and pixie hats from the on-site shop.