Our improvised self-rescue for climbers course is designed to give you the knowledge of what to do when things aren't going according to plan. We're here to show you how to be prepared and give you the skills, knowledge and techniques that will give you confidence knowing if it doesn't go quite according to plan (which it inevitably doesn't at some point!) then you have the tools and knowledge to sort it out.
How to safely and effectively tie off the belay
How to escape the system, to be able to get to an unconscious climber
Learn the skills to assess and select appropriate strategies and techniques to perform a rescue
How to attach to multi-point anchors with the rope
Retreating from climbs demonstrating the use of a variety of anchors
Learn the appropriate use of prussiks, how to ascend the rope
✓ Highly experienced & qualified guide
✓ On-course transport
✓ Harness, helmet, ropes, climbing shoes
✓ All climbing hardware
✓ Local climbing guidebook
✓ Group shelter
✓ First Aid kit
✓ Photos from your course
✓ Overview of your course
What's not included?
✗ Course Insurance
What do I need to bring?
A pair comfortable, waterproof walking boots or shoes
Quality, breathable waterproof jacket and trousers. Gore-tex or similar
Spare insulating layer
Walking trousers (synthetic materials; jeans or similar are not suitable)
Water bottle or flask
Rucksack 30-40 ltr
Hat & waterproof gloves
Lunch, plus a little spare food
Sunglasses & sun cream (you just never know!)
Waterproof case for phone i.e. zip-lock bag
What else can we provide?
Pick up & drop-offs