Nestled in the heart of Billingham Forum is GoClimb, the ultimate indoor climbing adventure! Suitable for kids aged 4+ years, GoClimb offers explorers guaranteed fun with it’s vibrant and creative climbing walls, each with its own unique theme and challenge. One moment you’re climbing the surface of the moon, the next you’re ice picking your way up a frozen castle! There’s never a dull moment here!
With over 20 unique walls, a 22ft vertical plunge slide and a spiral of twisting towers to overcome, will you have the energy left to take a darling leap of faith? If this all sounds too much for you then fear not, we also have a spectators area for those who prefer to sit back, watch their families have fun and take lots of photos.
GoClimb offers fun for the whole family where you can challenge your loved ones, friends or colleagues to see who has what it takes to complete all of our challenges! Our team will provide harnesses and helmets (only required for a few challenges) so just bring your sense of adventure and wear something comfortable. We also hold Quiet Climb’s for those of us who enjoy a quieter, calmer environment.
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Suitable for children aged 4+ years
Region's only 22ft plunge slide
Leap of Faith and slide included in ticket price
Monthly 'Quiet climb' for those with autism or special educational needs
If you’re looking for something a little different to keep the kids entertained, Tees Active is home to some of the area’s best loved leisure destinations. No matter what time of the year it is, there’s something to keep the whole family entertained indoors and outdoors!
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