These courses will be run by Ian Dunn who has many years of experience sport climbing. Ian has been the Manager of the GB Junior Climbing Team and is a Development Coach. Ian really enjoys sport climbing and has climbed extensively in the UK, Europe and Thailand, he also loves passing on knowledge to others and seeing climbers push themselves and achieve their goals. Ian has run many workshops and Sport Climbing Courses for The BMC.
Who are these courses for?
11-17 year olds who are leading indoors, F6b or harder and wish to gain outdoor sport skills and coaching guidance.
The course will meet up at 10.00am and go on until around 17.00pm.
Participants are required to remain under the supervision of a parent or guardian over the age of 18. The supervisor must be willing and able to approach the crag with the group which may involve uneven and steep ground.
What do I need to bring with me?
Please bring along:
Climbing shoes & chalk bag
The single rope you lead on indoors (don't worry if you don't have one)
Any other sport climbing equipment that you may own (quickdraws etc.)
Lunch and warm clothing
Email Ian at: firstname.lastname@example.org with the Venue and date to arrange your course.
These courses cost £80 per young person, which includes parental supervision. Ian can also be booked for 1 to 1 coaching in any of the areas. Email Ian to arrange suitable venues and dates for this.
Venues & Dates 2020
26th July, Malham Cove
8th August, Castleberg
12th August, Kilnsey Crag
16th August, Trollers Ghyll
12th September, Malham Cove
15th August, Trefor
13th September, Upper Pen Trwyn
25th July, Scout Scar
9th August, Chapel Head Scar
If you're under 18 (or a student) you can join us for just £25.35 a year. Or, £19.97 for your first year on Direct Debit. With members discounts in over 600 outdoor shops, you'll start saving money as soon as you start buying gear.
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