Rock Climbing Training

To be able to ascend a rock face or cliff is a great experience, to pit yourself against the wall, seek out the holds that are there, and are suitable for your use, and make it to the top – its an amazing achievement, regardless of who high you climb.

I often take groups of partiers, stag doos, hen doos, bunch of friends for a birthday, or a family group who want to bond together. The common goal for them is working together to achieve something, as well as having quality time together.

Rock climbing as a pair, or as a group is so good for your teams togetherness. As an experience day or team building day, its fantastic. However, for the more serious person wanting to get into rock climbing as a hobby, the first step is to try it out.

Once you’ve tried it and realize that you enjoy it, then the next step is to get coached in a safe and progressive manner, that will enable you to achieve your aim of being an self reliant climber.

Whatever reason you wish to climb, I can help you. So get in touch and we can discuss what we can achieve together.

Published by Diving & Mountaineering Instructor

I am a passionate adventurer, loving being in the mountains walking, climbing, scrambling as much as I love being under the water exploring shipwrecks, mines and caverns, or in search of treasure in the depths. I am a Mountain Instructor (MIA), a Winter Mountain Leader, a Scuba Diving Instructor (BSAC, TDI, SDI, IANTD), a skipper for CAT3 waters up to 25mtr and as I’ve built this experience over time, I have written about it and published those works. In addition I am a Chartered Manager with CILT, a member of the institute of Engineering & Technology, a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership & Management and a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. I help people fulfill their goals in the Mountains (Worldwide), Scuba Diving (Worldwide), provide location support worldwide for the media and assist with technical and safety support whenever requested. For a full picture of me please check out my linkedin profile -

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