SCRAMBLING COURSES

The term scrambling is normally used to describe travel which is too exciting to be just hill walking, but not difficult enough to be genuine rock climbing.

Scrambling is one of the most satisfying forms of travel though the mountains. An opportunity to move swiftly, with minimal equipment, covering great distances in spectacular situations.

Our scrambling courses are based on the West coast of Scotland where we have some of the finest scrambles around.

Inspired by Scotland’s big ridges and amazing views, this coming summer season, Di Gilbert Mountaineering will be offering scrambling courses.

These courses are aimed specifically at hill walkers and climbers who want to learn all there is to know about scrambling.

Please contact Di Gilbert directly if you have any questions, if you are unsure if this course is suitable for you or any other enquiries.

Where

We base ourselves in the West Highlands which give us fast access to the mountains.

Who can come

Anyone who wishes to learn more about scrambling and has a good head for heights.

You should have a good level of fitness and be able to sustain 2 long days on the hill.

Why will it help me

You will have a greater knowledge about the skills required to travel on exposed terrain.

How do I apply

Complete one of our online booking forms.

Once you receive confirmation from Di you will be sent final details.

Dates

There are very limited dates available during the summer of 2017 due to the fact that Di will be mainly living in a tent at a ridiculous altitude.

Please contact us if you would like to arrange dates before this time.

Cost

£230.00 per person. This course requires a minimum of 2 people to run.

This price is for instruction and equipment only.

Please contact us for a group rate.

EQUIPMENT LIST


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What will we look at

During the 2 days we will cover skills such as:

  • movement skills
  • route choice
  • guide book interpretation
  • use of equipment
  • communication
  • stance management
  • belaying

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