Booking our mountaineering and climbing courses

All of our mountaineering and climbing courses are very competitively priced but still bespoke, tailored to meet your needs, involving any combination of the activities listed on the Summer and Winter pages (according to the prevailing conditions). Rather than offer pre-set courses, we would prefer to talk to you about your personal aims and objectives, your current level of experience and ability, and what you are looking for from the course. Together, we can then agree the most appropriate course content.

Enquire about courses, dates and costs

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  1. Think about what you want to get from the course and what you want us to help you with.
  2. Complete the online enquiry form (left) and we will get in touch to discuss your plans and our availability. We will discuss your ideas, aspirations and current levels of experience and ability. We will consider the weather and prevailing conditions, and think about which areas and specific locations will be most suitable. We can also discuss what equipment we provide and what you will need to bring yourself.
  3. We will send you any relevant forms and information sheets, a medical declaration form and a copy of our terms and conditions. Once you have completed and returned these, together with your payment, then you have a confirmed booking.
  4. Shortly before the date of your course, we will be in touch again to check that everything is alright and, if necessary, to indicate that a change of plan may be required (e.g. due to weather).

Risks

We take every care to ensure the safety and well-being of our clients. However, by their very nature, mountaineering and related activities involve an element of risk which can never be totally eliminated. All our clients should be prepared to accept these risks and to take responsibility for their actions.

Mountain Training participation statement: “Mountain Training (MT) recognises that climbing, hill walking and mountaineering are activities with a danger of personal injury or death. Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions. MT has developed a range of training and assessment schemes and associated supporting literature to help leaders manage these risks and to enable new participants to have positive experiences while learning about their responsibilities.”

British Mountaineering Council participation statement: “The BMC recognises that climbing, hill walking and mountaineering are activities with a danger of personal injury or death. Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions and involvement.”