/ Recommend a MIA/MIC (or aspirant) in Wales or Lakes please?
I used to climb E1 but haven't done any climbing for a few years, and my wife has not done much outdoors at all.
We are looking for someone who can refresh my ropework, stance management and general technical skills, blowing away the cobwebs and ironing out any bad habits, at the same time my wife will be learning some of these skills for the first time. At the end of it we would like to be working as a confident and competent multipitch team.
Grade is really not important - we will build that up with time and mileage on the rock. We just want to bridge the gap between our respective skill levels more quickly than we could if we just went climbing together and I taught her (plus, I'm so rusty that I'd welcome a chance to have a watchful eye over me!)
Enjoy getting back on the rock!
Feel free to drop me an email Cthulhu.
Drop C an email or text, she was recommended a guy in N Wales for some training and said he was really good.
I have no clue what his name was but she'll know!
Website with his contact details is: www.gethigh.co.uk - not kidding, that's what it's called :)
Thanks all. Will be contacting all the people suggested to see what we can work out...
+1 for JezB1 - did a sea cliff intro with him recently - top stuff
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