Scrambles are graded from 1 to 3 with 1 being the easiest. A grade 1 will usually require very little or no additional equipment and may be a series of short rocky steps - Grib Goch ridge on Snowdon is a classic example. They will, however, cross terrain where the consequences of a slip could be very serious. At the other end of the scale, a grade 3 will require the use of a rope and other rock climbing skills and equipment and will involve more sustained movement over rock - or climbing!

Introduction to scrambling day.
A guided day out on grade 1 routes for those new to scrambling - ideal for hillwalkers who want to try it out. There are many excellent grade 1 scrambles to choose from, including North Ridge of Tryfan, Grib Goch and Bristly Ridge.
The maximum group size is 4.

£175 (total) per day

Grade 3 introduction.
Experience some of the most challenging scrambles in Snowdonia. Course will include rope work, use of rock climbing equipment and route finding.
Instructor client ratio 1:2

£175 (total) per day

Advanced Scrambling.
For experienced scramblers who want to improve and increase their mountaineering skills. Speed up your ropework and scramble more efficiently.
Instructor client ratio 1:2

£175 (total) per day

The courses and itineraries listed are an idea of what I offer, if you can't see what you are looking for please get in touch to discuss and I will put together a package to suit your individual needs.

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Manager/ Contact Person: Richard Bale

Cefnfaes Street Bethesda Gwynedd LL57 3BW Wales
phone: 07775623323 fax:

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Enjoy some of Snowdonia's classic scrambles like Cneifion Arete, Crib Goch or Bristly Ridge and learn the skills to 'go it alone'. If you want to get off the beaten track and add a bit more challenge and exhilaration to your next trip to the hills then scrambling could be for you.



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