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PRESS RELEASE: Women's Trad Festival 2018 3rd-5th August 2018 - Leader applications now open.

Women's Trad Festival is returning to the Peak District in August. Join us in our 3rd year for a weekend of trad climbing - learn new skills, develop your climbing, and meet and be inspired by other keen climbers. Whether you're new to trad climbing, want to transfer indoor skills to outdoor rock, or are an experienced trad climber, everyone's welcome, even if you've never climbed before!

Women's Trad Festival 2018, 183 kb
Women's Trad Festival 2018
© Charlie Low Photography

Leader Applications Now Open:

Calling all trad leaders!

We are looking for keen and experienced trad climbers to come and join us hosting our less experienced climbers. As a leader, you will take new climbers out onto one of the excellent crags that the Peak District has to offer and develop their trad skills and confidence throughout the weekend.

Whether you have professional or personal experience, if you are keen to share your love of climbing by helping others learn, and want to meet other like-minded, enthusiastic climbers, we'd love to have you join us this year.

Find out more about being a leader and fill in the application form here.

Ticket Release Date:

Learner tickets will go on sale at 9am Tuesday 1st May 2018. Get there early to guarantee yourself a place, as they sold out within 24 hours last year!
For more news and updates visit: www.womenstradfestival.co.uk Find us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram.

A sea of orange: amazing scenes at WTF '17 as women learn to lead supported and encouraged by other strong, psyched women. , 106 kb
A sea of orange: amazing scenes at WTF '17 as women learn to lead supported and encouraged by other strong, psyched women.
© Charlie Low Photography



For more information visit Women's Trad Festival
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