Nottingham Climbing Centre uses a paperless registration system. You can register online before your visit –
which is great for minimising any queuing. Or you can use one of our registration stations here at
Nottingham Climbing Centre (or your own smart phone/ipad).
When you have completed your form you will need to complete the process at reception.
Which form do I use?
- EXPERIENCED CLIMBERS AND/OR BOULDERERS AND YOU ARE 18 OR OVER,
…you’ll need this form: Unsupervised All Climbing and/or Bouldering Registration Form
You use the same form for bouldering only and for climbing and bouldering, just answer the questions
appropriately and we will discuss the waiver access with you. Note that if you are registered for
bouldering only and you then want to roped climb you can easily re-register to add a roped climbing waiver.
Bringing a friend: If you are registered with us as an adult competent All-Climbing Member
you can supervise up to two registered Novice Members.
- NOT AN EXPERIENCED CLIMBER AND/OR BOULDERER, OR YOU ARE UNDER 18
…then you’ll need this form: Novice Registration Form (please note if you are under 18 this form requires parental consent)
Junior Unsupervised Access: If you are 14-17 years old, then you can opt to do our Competence Test with a centre instructor. You must be competent at putting on a harness, tying in belaying and safe bouldering. There is no charge for this, just ask staff who will assess you as soon as they are able.
- BRINGING A GROUP TO THE CENTRE UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF AN INSTRUCTOR
…you’ll need this form: Group Under Instructor Form
You use the form to register your group details and provide a list of group attendees on the day at the centre.
If you are unsure as to which form to complete please call us on 01159988233.
Our Conditions of Use and the BMC Participation Statement
Please note that Nottingham Climbing Centre is a member of the Association of British Climbing Walls (the ABC) and that our registration forms above reflect ABC conditions of use and incorporate the British Mountaineering Council’s Participation Statement:
“The BMC recognises that climbing and mountaineering are activities with a danger of personal injury or death. Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions.”