Climbing in Cheddar
Boasting some of the highest limestone cliffs in England, Cheddar is a climber's dream. With local activity providers Mendip Outdoor Pursuits, you don't need to be a pro to enjoy climbing here.
Opening times vary.
Prices start from £15.
Other things to do nearby
This lovely area is great for kayaking, so take the plunge and enjoy some fun on the water. Activities are provided by our partners, Mendip Outdoor Pursuits.
Mendip has evolved into one of the biggest and most reputable outdoor activity providers in the South West, providing activities from our bases and sites across the Mendip Hills and beyond. Visit t
Cheddar is great for more gentle cycling across the large, flat Somerset levels. Or head to the hills for a more challenging climb.
Take a walk around Cheddar Gorge, and explore the highest limestone cliffs in England.
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