We can’t believe it either, Highball turns 11 years old this month! So you know what that means, it’s time for a good old fashioned Highball party!
We have lots planned to celebrate this year’s birthday so let’s run you through the highlights.
This year we have decided Beach Party is the theme so with that, we want to see you all in bright shirts, cool skirts or anything that screams PARTY!
Prizes will be given out for best dressed so let’s see you bring it!
We have our expert route setting team setting a full circuit of boulder problems for the evening alongside one night only feature boulders for everyone to try their hand at and enjoy.
Additionally, you can expect a range of food & drink on offer as well as live DJ’s, party games and more for those moments when you want to have a break from climbing.
We will have the usual raffle but this time, we have a special birthday raffle with a huge prize to be won. The SNAP WHAM BOULDER PAD!!!
This boulder pad is a great choice for highballs (you know we love a highball!) and long training sessions. This pad offers good landing comfort when taking falls from low height that hardens when falling from height so the harder you fall, the more support you get.
This will be in addition to the normal party raffle so make sure you get your tickets when you arrive to be in with the chance to win this incredible bouldering pad worth over £300!
So when is this all happening? We will be hosting this party on Friday 8th September from 5pm till late and we hope you will join us in this celebration.
Prices are below so click the link below to book your ticket for the hottest climbing party this year!
Tickets are on sale now!
£10 – Members
£12.50 – Non Members
*The supervising adult is free but will need to book a place when buying tickets – priced £0.00.
Can I supervise my friend/child during the evening session?
No. The evening session is for unsupervised climbers only.
Do I have to enter the comp?
No. It’s optional.
If I don’t enter the comp, will I still be able to climb the comp problems?