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Multipitch Climbing

Multipitch is trad climbing on a larger scale. A route is climbed with one or more stops at belay stances. Each section between stances is called a pitch, hence Multi pitch climbing. A good head for heights and the freedom to climb pretty much anywhere in the uk awaits you.

The aim is to develop the skills required to lead multiple pitches. Climbs can be as long as 600m in the uk and last all day and sometimes into the night!

The course covers:
  • Equipment needed
  • Advanced belaying
  • Building anchors
  • Setting up belay stances
  • Route finding
  • Retreating
  • Twin ropes and their management
  • and of course stacks of climbing
The locations listed are just 3 of a whole host in the Uk. If you have a route or location we are happy accommodate. Just contact us.

To Book simply click on the booking form and fill in the details. Then click on the paypal button or send us a cheque.
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Duration:
Usually 2 Days contact us for a 1 day course
Experience:Req'd
Outdoor climbing or Sports climbing
Client/ Instructor ratio:
1: 2
Location:
We like to use the Wye valley, Avon Gorge or Devon and Cornwall. Please see our map below for all locations.
Equipment:
All Climbing equipment is provided. You can use your own, if you have it.
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Cost:
1 person 1 day is £150
2 people 1 day is£170

1 person 2 day course £150
2 people 2 day course is £300
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Here’s how to book:
1 Choose the number of participants and click pay now to secure your booking

2 Each participant must fill in a booking form

If you wish to pay by cheque or Bacs please
contact us.
Please select from the following options

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Neil on the infamous tricky traverse of Gronk VS 4c, Avon Gorge
Thanks for all the top tips I didn't know you could get into such a tangle with two ropes
Neil
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