Urban Mountaineering for City Adventurers

This half term, Up at The O2 is challenging adventurous spirits to experience urban mountaineering with an exhilarating climb across the roof of one of London’s most iconic landmarks. Upon reaching the viewing platform, climbers will be welcomed by adventurer Mollie Hughes who is one of Britain’s youngest explorers.

On Tuesday 27th October, for one day only, Mollie will be holding a series of Summit Talks on the viewing platform, 52m above ground level. Harnesses and carabiner clips are no stranger to Mollie who in 2012, at the age of twenty-one, became one of the youngest Brits to conquer the world’s tallest mountain.

In front of a stunning 360 degree backdrop of London’s skyline, Mollie will share inspirational stories from her Everest expedition as well as her goal to next year become the first British woman to summit the mountain from both the North and South routes.

To experience urban mountaineering this half term visit: https://tickets.aegeurope.com/upattheo2/climbs.html

Adventurers climbing on the 27th October between 10am-2pm will have the chance to meet Mollie Hughes, one of the youngest Brits to climb Mount Everest.

To avoid disappointment, advance booking is suggested. Standard ticket costs apply and start from £28.

Please note the minimum age to climb is 10 years old, with a minimum height: 1.2m. Bookings must includes at least one adult climber for every two climbers under 18. To see the full terms and conditions please click here  

You could win the chance to win a climb and a summit talk with Mollie here.

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