Glencoe mountaineering
Glencoe mountaineering

What our customers say about us

"The content of the five days was well balanced with regards to the mix between theoretical aspects, practising skills and putting it all into action. Despite my relatively limited previouse experience, you managed to deliever the right amount of encouragement, allowing me to exceed my own expectations whilst always feeling safe. Ledge route was definitely the highlight of the week. The course has really improved my confidence and definitely emphasized my enthusiasm for the mountains."

 

Dave Sampson, Winter Mountaineering.

"We spent 2 days winter climbing with Scott, under his instruction he helped us develop existing skills and learn much more. His professionalism, skill and attitude gave us confidence, inspiration and a standard to aim for, while at every moment being humble and eager to share and give us as much of his knowledge as possible. We cannot thank him enough and highly recommend him"

 

Camo & James, Winter Climbing

"I thought you were an absolutely superb companion with endless patience and the choice of routes was well judged given the restricted conditions we had. You were protective of me as your client through-out the whole weekend and it was a pleasure climbing with you."

 

Ann Shaw, Private guiding.

"Hey Scott, thanks again for the Tower ridge experience we all absolutely loved it!"

 

Peter Naylor and friends, Private guiding.

"Many thanks for your time and experience over the last two days. Alex and I enjoyed it immensely and both certainly learned a lot. You also helped inspire Alex with his goal of building a career in the outdoors."

 

David Woodhead, Learning to lead course.

"I thoroughly enjoyed my mountaineering course. Thanks for the patience and the brilliant teaching skills."

 

Kyle Ross, Winter mountaineering.

"I really did thoroughly enjoy it and have come home feeling very enthused about climbing and just want to get out there and climb!  First thing I did when I got in was a buy a set of nuts, 5 snap gates, 5 quickdraws and a nut key."

 

Mary Saunders, Intro to rock climbing.

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