From First Steps to Trad and Lead climbing
Tony can offer all types of climbing courses from taking your first steps indoors to multipitch climbs in the mountains and on seacliffs. You can choose from any of the following or just let me know what you want.
Scrambling, Touching Rock, Intro to Lead Climbing, Discover Sport Climbing
Lead Climber-Moving On, Trad Climbing, Performance Climbing, Movement
Multi pitch climbing and stance management
Other courses include improvised rescue techniques.
Based in the beautiful Wye Valley and Forest of Dean. These areas of outstanding beauty are the home to numerous cliffs. These include the natural limestone cliffs of Symonds Yat, the quarried sandstone of Staple Edge, Wintours Leap towering above The Lower Wye and Wynd Cliff nestled in the trees.
Tony can provide all personal climbing equipment.
Trad climbing course
What you'll learn:
Each course is tailored to your needs. Here are some of the things I typically cover:
Different types of gear (nuts & cams) & placement, setting up a belay, abseiling, movement & route finding.
Who is it for:
Climbers looking to move from sport to trad, climbers wanting to learn how to climb outdoors.
Where will the course take place:
Here are some great locations for learning trad:
Wintours Leap & Wyndcliffe in The Wye Valley, Symonds Yat & Shakemantle in The Forest of Dean. I also run courses on the Gritstone edges of The Peak District and the Seacliffs of Pembroke.
All climbing gear for the day is included in the price.
1 to 2 days.
For one: £130 to £150 per day depending on location.
For two: £75.00 each per day.
For three: £60.00 each per day.
For four: £50.00 each per day.
Contact Tony to find out more.
Just wanted to say a big thanks again for the inspiring intro to the great world of trad. Tom Oxenham 2017
Mobile: 07909 833242
E mail: email@example.com
- Touching Rock
- Intro To Leading
- Discover Sport Climbing
- Lead Climbing-Moving On
- Trad Climbing
- Performance Climbing
- Multipitch Climbing
My two days with Tony in The Wye Valley and Forest of Dean was exactly what I was hoping for. It gave me the confidence to move from sport climbing to trad climbing.
Neil Schwarz, trad-lead course.