About Us

Welcome to the Hangar

The Climbing Hangar started life in a Liverpool warehouse in 2011. Since then we’ve grown to become a national business with four sites, 70 employees and over 12,000 climbers coming through the doors every month (4000 of whom are Hangar members).

Our mission is simple – to help our customers lead happier, healthier and more connected lives through climbing.

We are passionate about climbing. But more importantly we’re passionate about the impact that a social, challenging, supportive, progressive and fun activity can have on people’s lives, regardless of ability, age or fitness. Everything about the Hangar experience is designed to be easy to access, inclusive and friendly so you feel right at home, right away.

We have ambitious plans for the next few years, and we’re inspired to keep getting better by the experiences and stories of the people who climb with us every day. So thank you to everyone who has been part of the Hangar story so far, and to everyone else, we look forward future adventures. #boldertogether


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  • 14th Jun 2021

    Hiring: Join The Climbing Hangar Sheffield Dream Team

    Ahead of the launch of our epic new venue, The Climbing Hangar Sheffield, we are recruiting for a variety of full time and part time roles. Do you have what it takes to join the Hangar Sheffield Dream Team?
    Sheffield News
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  • 11th May 2021

    Hangar Sheffield: General Manager Wanted

    We are looking for an ambitious, experienced, high energy General Manager for the opening of our brand-new Sheffield climbing centre as we take centre stage in one of the UK’s fastest growing lifestyle sports. If you love the idea of creating a welcoming, fun and progressive community by delivering an exceptional product, great service, a super psyched team and having heaps of fun, we would love to chat!
    Sheffield News
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  • 11th May 2021

    Psyche in a time of crisis

    We've all had a rough time in the past few months. Some, like the author of our newest blog, more than others. Then to make matters worse, upon returning to the climbing wall, we find we aren't as strong or as psyched as we used to be.  Here's Fin Edwards, from Hangar Matchworks to talk about finding perspective, taking it easy on one's self, and getting psyched for climbing once again.
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