About Nuts 4 Climbing
The South East’s Leading Provider of Outdoor Climbing Experiences
Established in 2006 as a way to introduce adults to the exhilarating world of climbing, our success has seen us grow into the South East’s leading outdoor climbing provider running courses for all ages and abilities.
As the nearest outdoor climbing centre to London we pride ourselves offering a high quality experience that offers climbers with indoor experience the chance to test their skills in the great outdoors. There’s nothing quite like climbing with the sun on your back and a breeze in your hair.
We welcome novice climbers and run numerous introductory courses throughout spring, summer and autumn. Paired with one of our highly experienced and qualified instructors you will learn the ropes and very likely pick up the climbing bug!
In addition to our climbing courses at Harrison’s Rocks in Groombridge, Tunbridge Wells, we conduct climbing trips to Devon & Dartmoor, the Peak District, North Wales, Portland and Fontainebleau, France.
For us climbing is more than a sport, it’s a way of life. We live and work on the other side of the hill from Harrison’s Rocks and actively help on the Harrison’s Rocks Management Group, The Steve Durkin Sandstone Trust and the Sandstone Volunteers Group. We also look after Harrison’s Rocks Car Park, Campsite, and facilities on behalf of Forestry England. We want to share our passion for climbing with you and hope to see you soon.
If you are looking to purchase some top quality climbing equipment, we have hand picked gear from some of climbing’s top brands which is available in our on-site store and to order online. Online orders over £100 are free of post and packaging charges, and we only stock high quality equipment and promise fast delivery.
Rock climbing truly is Sarah’s passion. First stepping foot on Harrison’s Rocks in 1988, she founded Nuts 4 Climbing in 2006. One of the team’s senior instructors she is also responsible for the day to day running of the company. As if that didn’t keep her busy enough she is the Chair of the Harrison’s Rocks Management Group who look after the rocks on behalf of the British Mountaineering Council. She is also a trustee of the Steve Durkin Sandstone Trust, as well as an active member of the Sandstone Volunteers Group, and she looks after the facilities at Harrison’s Rocks Car Park on behalf of the Forestry England.