What’s the wall like?
The wall is is suitable for bouldering, top roping and leading. It consisting of a 7 meters high moulded surface wall, with slabs, cracks, overhangs and aretes. There is also a 7 metre roof section including a large stalactite; a Bat Cave for bouldering, featuring a ‘Woody Wave’ roof. For keen trainers there is a balcony traverse, finger boards, a campus board and rope ladder.
A brief history
The wall is jointly owned by the PMC and it’s members and it was originally opened by Sir Chris Bonnington in December ’95. In 1998 the wall was extended to include a roof section and bouldering cave.
“A very successful Livingstone squash court conversion with a cave and traverse wall elsewhere. A number of routes up the main featured wall can either be a short top-rope or a thrilling solo. Clear and extensive route info, competitions as well. (Scored 30 points, 12th out of the top 15 bouldering walls in the UK)”
On The Edge Magazine