As a sport, rock climbing emerged out of a simple desire to go up. To climb a natural line of weakness, to attain the top, not via the path but by the myriad cracks and ledges that abound on our British crags.

Rock Climbing with Fells & Forest is divided into four main areas:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction to rock climbing

A two day course that introduces the would be climber to the vertical world. Concentrating on basic rope work, climbing technique and fun, this course gives a taste of what may lay ahead.

Based in the South Lakes, helmets, harnesses and ropes are provided. The instructor / client ratio is 1:2. The cost is £350 for the two day course for one or two people,


Classic Lakeland Rock Tours

This is a four-day course (Monday - Thursday) arranged to suit you and your climbing partner. Classic Rock explores some of the legendary routes that have shaped British rock climbing. Based in the South Lakes, we visit a number of different crags, tailoring the grade and route to your aspirations. Previous rock climbing experience is useful, but not essential. The instructor / client ratio is 1:2 The course fee is £650 (based on two people)

 

Private Guiding

Explore the crags and routes of your choice at a time that suits you for as many days as you can fit in. The instructor / client ratio is 1:2. The cost, for one or two people, is £180 / day.

 

 

 

 

Coaching

Improve your climbing with dedicated, personal instruction improving your weak areas and building up your natural skills. These days tend to be very helpful for people preparing for their SPA assessment, or for climbers looking to improve their grade. The instructor / client ratio is normally 1:1, although some of our customers like to split the cost with a friend and work 1:2. The cost, for one or two people, is £180 / day.