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Audley Climbing Centre

Castle Hill
Nantwich Road
Audley
Staffordshire
ST7 8DH

Tel: 01782 722226

Audley Climbing Centre

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Road Directions

It's based in Audley, Staffordshire. Just off the A500. so easy to get to from Cheshire, Crewe, Stoke on Trent and the surrounding area.  Leave the M6 at Junction 16, take the A500 towards Stoke-on-Trent. Leave the A500 at the first exit signposted Alsager/Audley. Follow the brown Audley Climbing Centre signs, turn right at the top of the slip road.  (Or from Stoke, come of A500 signposted Alsager/Audley, turn left) and continue along the winding road. Turn left at the roundabout, Audley Climbing Centre is on the right. Free parking.

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