- April 21, 2018 - April 22, 2018
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Event Phone: 01625 573615
The Hill & Mountain Skills scheme is a great way to develop your personal skills and confidence in all elements of hill and mountain walking. From planning a coastal walk to navigating in complex terrain, these courses are an ideal opportunity to learn the basics and enjoy the countryside. THIS IS NOT A MOUNTAIN LEADERSHIP AWARD.
A Mountain Training Mountain Skills Scheme course based in the Peak District and Lake District!
The Mountain training Mountain Skills course is aimed at the hill walker and is ideal for those interested in developing a practical understanding of how to plan walks, become familiar with the use of a map, learn about the equipment required and also gain an understanding of the effects of weather, how to deal with emergencies and gain a valuable understanding of the mountain environment. The course utilises moorland and mountain areas where the skills will be transferable to many popular walking areas of the UK and Ireland.
We’ll cover the full syllabus of the course, using both the Dark Peak and the Lake District, so as well as learning all the skills you will get to see some of the stunning scenery of the Peak District high moorland and an ascent of a Lake District mountain like Helvellyn.
The course fee covers all instruction, technical equipment, and 2 full-days learning in the mountains, as well as 1 evening training session too! This is not a residential course, but we can advise on great places to stay nearby.
The course needs a minimum of 4 people to attend.
Course duration: 2 days
Minimum age: 14 years
Venue: Buxton Mountain Rescue Team Base, Doveholes
Cost: £125 inc. VAT per person.
Candidates for this course MUST register with Mountain Training – http://www.mountain-training.org/
Find out more about the Mountain Training Hills and Mountain courses by visiting the MTA website.
For more information please call Peter on 01625 573615 or email firstname.lastname@example.org