Self-Rescue and Problem-Solving Courses
We do not schedule these in advance on specific dates, as we prefer to make each one bespoke for you and adapt them to cater for different levels of ability and experience.
The term self-rescue in rock climbing is very general and it’s probably unlikely that you will actually be rescuing yourself! However, there are numerous problems that climbers can encounter, from the mildly irritating and inconvenient (your partner drops their belay plate) to the dramatic and dangerous (trapped on a sea-cliff with an incoming tide).
These courses, of varying duration, will teach you first and foremost how to anticipate and avoid problems. But if the worst does happen, we will give you a range of tools and techniques to help extricate yourselves from tricky situations.
On this course there is a ratio of 1:4 maximum depending on exact activities.
If you are not looking for a climber’s improvised self-rescue course, then have a look at some of the other courses and guiding that we offer: