/ Trad Lead Course - Any Recommendations?
There seem to be a few bigger players in the market but i'd be just as happy linking up with someone who knows what they're doing, is enthusiastic and of course happy to teach.
(I'm leading 6b sport at blacknor and winspit, but desperate to learn trad, proper rope management, rescue skills and ultimately get access to bigger and scarier terrain)
Cheers and happy new year
> There seem to be a few bigger players in the market but i'd be just as happy linking up with someone who knows what they're doing, is enthusiastic and of course happy to teach.
I Joined Bremex 25 years ago
about 24 years ago Tony Halliwell taught me about ropework with regards to both rock climbing and winter mountaineering
I met him again a few months ago and saw him teach a lead climbing course on Stanage in November
here are his contact details and qualifications
He runs JB mountain skills, he's a top bloke, so if you want a really good day out with a really experienced/solid climber and a really good laugh.
Based in Wales now but I think he still does stuff down Swanage way
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