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Not one to stand still, Tim will also be holding a number of masterclass sessions at two of the venues, Manchester and London so you can try your hand at Dry Tooling under the guidance of one the world's best climbers.
At each talk there will also be a chance to win Mountain Hardwear gear and see the latest collection that Tim has inspired following his ascent of Helmcken Falls.
Climb With Tim
Masterclass: Ice and mixed climbing technique and tactics
Cost: £ 30 per person/ per session
What to expect
This masterclass is designed for anyone who are HVS standard climbers. It's pure technique; if you know what to do, and how to do it, climbing the seemingly impossible can be made reality. Tim has 10 golden rules for making life easy for you when climbing in winter.
Who is it for?
Anyone who is interested on improving their ice and mixed climbing ability.
What will they learn?
What to wear, what equipment to use, how to use it, why people fall and how to prevent this, tactics, ice technique, mixed technique, placing ice screws, when to use leashes, tips and tricks.
How many per class?
8 per class
Axes, helmet, harness, thin gloves
Date: 2nd November 2013
Times: 12 – 1.30 pm / 2.30 pm – 4 pm / 5.30 pm – 7 pm
Length of Session: 1.5 hours
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