Introduction To Alpine Mountaineering

This courses is either for people who have no experience of alpine mountaineering and what to learn new skills to get them started or for people who like to climb moderate alpine summits. Often people who like the adventure of there local hills want to move on to greater objectives requiring new skills and tactics. The Novice Alpinism course offers training in glacier travel, crevasse rescue, use of ice axe and crampons and simple ridge and steep ground rope work is all covered. For some this gets you off on the right foot for your own mountaineering as during the week you take more and more responsibility for your selves. For others it is a more guided experience allowing you to bag new peaks across the alps. These courses often include simple 4000m summits.

 

Ratio                                 Up to 3: 1

Experience                     Hill walking, some winter walking experience useful.

Fitness level    Moderate

Difficulty                         Facile to Peu Dificile (-)

Rock climbing
No Experienced needed – Learn to Climb
Some indoor /outdoor climbing -Learn to Lead
Some Leading Experience- Coaching Leading
Alpinism
Winter Hill walking experience–Introductory Alpine Climbing
Winter Hill walking/ Some Winter climbing-4000m Peaks
Previous Alpine course/climbs/Competent Second on rock/ Lead on rock-Technical Alpinism

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To find a Guide for your chosen adventure please fill in the enquiry form, at the bottom of each page. Please include your contact details and some specifics information about what you are after. Once the form is submitted all Guides will receive the enquiry. Guides who are available will respond directly to yourselves with an email

As we all work independantly each Guide has their own pricing structure. This will vary depending on the seriousness of the climb and mountain, The length of the day and the numbers of clients involved.

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Introduction To Alpine Mountaineering

This courses is either for people who have no experience of alpine mountaineering and what to learn new skills to get them started or for people who like to climb moderate alpine summits. Often people who like the adventure of there local hills want to move on to greater objectives requiring new skills and tactics. The Novice Alpinism course offers training in glacier travel, crevasse rescue, use of ice axe and crampons and simple ridge and steep ground rope work is all covered. For some this gets you off on the right foot for your own mountaineering as during the week you take more and more responsibility for your selves. For others it is a more guided experience allowing you to bag new peaks across the alps. These courses often include simple 4000m summits.

Ratio                                 Up to 3: 1

Experience                     Hill walking, some winter walking experience useful.

Fitness level    Moderate

Difficulty                         Facile to Peu Dificile (-)