This seems like a good deal. We go here sometimes with the kids and they have really good time. It's housed in an old Victorian mill that has had the upper floors removed so there are some very, very high walls to scale.
Last time we went it was £8.50 for children for 2 hours climbing... so even at children's rates it's a decent saving and it would appear that you can stay as long as you want for the three sessions.
Marple is a small town south of Manchester and Stockport (which is about 10-15 minutes drive away).
Three Indoor Rock Climbing Sessions Plus Membership for £15 at Rope Race (£61.50 Value)
Climbing up walls and dangling upside down are activates often attributed to itsy bity spiders and acrobatic koalas, however, to imitate the athletic animals, humans have also begun enjoy such antics. Today's wall-grabbing Groupon allows three climbs, an hour long induction session and membership for £15 at Rope Race.
Rope Race is located in a 100 year old cotton mill in the village of Marple, which, according to the Domesday Book, was invented by Agatha Christie. The centre is proudly one of the founding members of the Association of British Climbing Walls, and is heavily involved in charity abseiling events.
Groupon customers can spend as long as they want on the climbing walls in each of the three sessions, and all equipment will be provided, such as chalk to stop hands from losing their grip, and a magical wizard's hat to increase leverage.
Goyt Mill Upper Hibbert Lane, Marple, Stockport, Cheshire SK6 7HXhttp://www.roperace.co.uk