Basket and login details

Audrey Seguy Basket: £5 (1 item)   Sign out

User login

 

Photo: Ed Wong

Want to start projecting*? Check out GB team member and Castle crusher Jo's tips for finding the perfect project!

*For those of you starting out, projecting is the process of finding a climb at or near your limit and slowly chipping away at it... Until you successfully complete the climb. Go crush.

Cafe

 

THE CASTLE  CAFÉ  IS LOOKING FOR an enthusiastic, staff member to join our fantastic team.


Is this you? Then we want to hear from you! 

This season we are looking for two volunteer trainees for our garden!

  • Herb trainee (Mondays)
  • Kitchen garden trainee (Thursdays)  

Work with the Castle garden team, learn to manage a productive and fun food growing project and grow vegetables, fruit and herbs for a commercial kitchen and café.

Photo: Dan Clemson

Rock Climber, Adventurer, Author and first blind person to climb 'Old Man of Hoy', Red Szell has many stories to tell. Four years after his ascent of this iconic stack Red hasn't lost his Blind Ambition. 


I don’t do New Year’s resolutions.  Nevertheless each year, the first week of January is the time to put my money where my mouth is, as far as climbing is concerned.

Our first garden event of the year is a Wassail, on Saturday 10th February.
 

 

We’re looking for someone to join our Duty Manager and Instructor team! 


About the role…

 

 

Still learning your climbing wall manners? Here are some top tips that will help you navigate the wall like a seasoned pro:


1. Be aware of your surroundings

The old way top revive ice screws was a little laborious.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-CQbOM35oY

With the winter season in full swing if you feel the need to sharpen your ice screws please feel free to pop into the shop and you can borrow our Petzl LIM'Ice sharpner.

https://www.petzl.com/INT/en/Sport/Anchors/LIM-ICE

Happy Ice Climbing from the Castle Shop

 

Pages