Win an Alpine Mountaineering course with Action Outdoors!

by Action Outdoors May/2012
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Action Outdoors offer a range of mountaineering courses based at the UCPA centre in Chamonix. Courses are available for all levels from introductory to advanced, they are designed to give you the skills, knowledge and confidence to climb independently in the mountain environment. The courses are run on al all inclusive basis with everything but travel to Chamonix and personal insurance included in the price making them exceptional value for money and one of the best ways for Alpinists of all levels to develop their skills.

+Action Outdoors Comp photo, 122 kb

Action Outdoors are offering the chance for one lucky winner to take part in one of their week long mountaineering courses which includes:

  • 5 days training with an IFMGA guide
  • 6 nights' accommodation at the UCPA centre in Chamonix
  • Full board breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and 3 course buffet dinner
  • Equipment hire all technical equipment is provided
  • Lift pass
  • Hut night/s

To be in with a chance to win this amazing prize just answer the following question:

This competition has now closed.

- only one entry per registered user
- competition closes on May 31st

+All Inclusive Alpine Courses with Action Outdoors, 51 kb

To find out more about Action Outdoors mountaineering courses please visit www.Action-Outdoors.co.uk or this UKC article.

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