Bespoke coaching is well known as the most efficient way to improve performance. Once basic rope-work has been taught, the pathway to improve your climbing could take many directions, depending on your personal requirements and lifestyle choices. Whether you’re working towards a specific goal, or you are looking to develop better technique, improve your fitness and correct bad habits, working 1:1 with a qualified coach will be the quickest and safest way to get there.
Whether you want to refresh your belaying/safety skills, learn to climb or are thinking of going on an alpine adventure/tackling a big wall we can tailor your session to your needs. These can be run for just one person or in small groups (maximum 4 participants) and could be a one-off session or a series of sessions.
Please note it will take longer than just one hour for beginners to learn to climb.
Evolv rock shoes will be holding a boot demo on Tuesday 18th November at the Castle. The shop will also be running a 20% discount on Evolv shoes if purchased on the night. It's a great opportunity to try out Evolv shoes to see if they suit your feet.
This is a write up of the Cuillin Ridge which I did in September 2014. I've put together a PDF download which contains some useful hints and tips on how to get the most of your trip and the climbing gear and other equipment that you might need for the traverse.
Above is the first part of the ridge approaching the TD Gap and Sgurr Alasdair.