Bargain Easter Winter Skills Days At Plas y Brenin

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Jobs at Plas y Brenin, Recruitment Premier Post, 2 weeks @ GBP 75pw, 6 kb Plas y Brenin, The National Mountain Sports Centre, is one of Sport England's three National Centres and is based in Snowdonia, North Wales. Plas y Brenin's 'Packed and Ready' deals offer you the chance to snap up real bargains last minute. Places are always limited and it is absolutely first come first served, so act fast and grab yourself the bargain of a life time. There are a few bargains available in March, from sea kayak rolling skills to scrambling, plus Easter Weekend Winter Skills days for just £40, including axe and crampon hire. Places are limited so book as early as you can.

Winter Skills Awareness Day

Dates Available: Fri 29th Mar, Sat 30th Mar or Sun 31st Mar
Price: £40 including axe and crampon hire

If you're an experienced walker and you've often wondered what it feels like to wear crampons or why on earth a walker would carry an ice axe, then why not join PyB and find out. On this practical outdoor day you'll get to try out crampons, use an ice axe and learn when, where and why you should use them. You go through the fundamental techniques you need to keep you safe on snow and ice and find out what is the most appropriate kit to invest in for yourself.

All of this in an enjoyable day out in Snowdonia's winter wonderland costs only £40 per head which includes axe and crampon hire. All you need is to get yourself to Plas y Brenin before 9am prepared for a day out in the hills with suitable winter walking clothing, boots, rucsac and packed lunch.

Book Now by following the link below.

+Welsh winter skills, 144 kb
For more information visit www.pyb.co.uk/packed-and-ready
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