Private Rock Climbing Guiding

Private Rock Climbing Guiding
Got a route you’ve always dreamt of climbing, an enchainment through the mountains of Wales or just want to rack up the rock climbing mileage, then our private rock climbing guiding is a highly recommended and enjoyable way to get the most out of a short trip to Wales or elsewhere.
 
 
 

Sometimes our courses are not necessarily exactly what you want or when you want them. As such we offer Private rock climbing guiding that tailors to what you want top climb at a time that is convenient for you.

We specialise in offering personal rock climbing guiding up virtually any route in North Wales. With over 25 years experience of rock climbing in North Wales and having written the Rockfax guidebook North Wales Climbs, we have probably climbed the classics you desire many times. So no time will be wasted as we try to find the route, instead you’ll get lots of mileage up the greatest routes in Snowdonia, North Wales and beyond. Whether it be classic, hard or extreme rock we can design a North Wales private guiding course for you.

On these courses you can expect to be pushed as far as you want and then a bit further, as we take you on an adventure. With a focus on climbing rather than teaching you’ll be surprised how quickly we can move through even extreme terrain in the mountains or on the sea cliffs.

We also offer guided experiences in the following locations

  • Peak District
  • South West England – Dorset, Devon and Cornwall
  • Pembroke
  • Lake District – Napes Needle
  • Scotland – Old Man of Hoy, Old Man of Stoer and other sea stacks
  • Spain – See our Hot Rock Climbing Courses for destinations.
  • Maybe Consider our UK Trad Tour
 
 
 
 
 
Prior Experience: Some climbing experience
Duration: 1 Day
Cost: £200
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Course Start Dates:
  • NB: We can arrange course dates to meet your requirements.

  • To book, find out more or to arrange an alternative date email us here.
    …or call us on 07872565225

    Photos from Previous Courses

    Simon and Wayne following up Yellow Wall, Avon Gorge

    Simon and Wayne following up Yellow Wall, Avon Gorge

    Sam Underhill looking toned and in control on the classic Deep Water Solo, Electric Bliue, E4 5c, Rhoscolyn, Gogarth.

    Sam Underhill looking toned and in control on the classic Deep Water Solo, Electric Bliue, E4 5c, Rhoscolyn, Gogarth.

    Calum Muskett run-out on the rainbow slab!

    Calum Muskett run-out on the rainbow slab!

    Matt following True Moments/Freebird, E2 5c, Castel Helen, Gogarth

    Matt following True Moments/Freebird, E2 5c, Castel Helen, Gogarth

    Diagram of how to place camming devices. Left: Undercammed and tipped out placements are not secure. Middle: A well place cam with the cam between 25% and 75% of its range. Right: Overcammed, whilst generally safer than overcammed, these type of placements can lead to your precious cam becoming wedged in.

    Diagram of how to place camming devices. Left: Undercammed and tipped out placements are not secure. Middle: A well place cam with the cam between 25% and 75% of its range. Right: Overcammed, whilst generally safer than overcammed, these type of placements can lead to your precious cam becoming wedged in.

    Simon Geering following a classic of the Range, Fisherman's Friend a brilliant Severe.

    Simon Geering following a classic of the Range, Fisherman's Friend a brilliant Severe.

    Simon Lake eyeing up the crux of Breakdance, E5 6a on the Dervish Slab. This wild traverse goes across the top of the slab.

    Simon Lake eyeing up the crux of Breakdance, E5 6a on the Dervish Slab. This wild traverse goes across the top of the slab.

    Ollie Cain looking in control as he nears the final crux wall of the power sapping Foil, E3, Dinas Cromlech.

    Ollie Cain looking in control as he nears the final crux wall of the power sapping Foil, E3, Dinas Cromlech.


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