/ Anyone want to do a trad leading course?
Hi Siobhan, I have a two day learn to lead course running 15-16th March in Snowdonia, with one person booked on so it has a space....
It's in Snowdonia, give me a shout if that's of any interest, my website has more info.
If not I can arrange other dates and happy to take single bookings.
Can recomend Jez is a top bloke, and I'm sure you'd have a fun filled and informative course with him!
I second Jez being a good bloke. If you don't sort things with him, I am not sure where you are based but I have 1 space on a Trad leading course on Dartmoor 22/23rd March
Shockingly bad website though!
where in the UK are you located? I have some spaces.....
Hi Siobhan, I'd like to do a trad leading course too. I was hoping to find something in the Lakes, would this be ok for you?
we do Trad course over here in sunny Spain! Costa Blanca...
The details are on our website - http://theorangehouse.co.uk/rock-climbing-courses/intro-to-trad
We do have dates on the website but find that the first person to book dictates whats best for them and then I fill the spaces around them.
March for some reason is still quiet so I can give you more discount than normal. April is crazy busy!
Anything else please just email me.
Regards Sam Orange House
Would be interested depending on cost.
I might be interested in this depending on cost and who it's with. Dave
I don't think a "bad" but informative website should detract from the instruction that you would receive!
You'll have a good time with Gwilym Dave.
Regardless of website quality etc, make sure if your paying for a leading course you pick some who's qualified to teach leading ie. an MIA or above.
I can't really say if the website is 'bad' or not; perhaps you should explain? Following a recommendation, I've been on several courses with the www.ascential-climbing.co.uk guys and always really enjoyed their enthusiasm and professionalism.
I think the quality of their courses and instruction is reflected by the their client recommendations.
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