When buying rock boots remember you will have to wear them for long periods of time.
Many shop attendants mistakenly sell novice climbers boots that are much too small.
We strongly recommend you buy for comfort (without socks) to start with.

We are always happy to go shopping with you whilst on your course giving professional advice at the same time.
We will ensure you buy the best equipment within your budgets without sales patter.

Always ask for a discount. most climbing shops will give you one of 10% when buying lots of new equipment.



climbing skillsWhat you need to bring with you on your course.
All specialist equipment is provided, but you should bring your own
equipment if you have any, as you may feel more comfortable with iit.

For outdoor courses, standard hill walking eqt. is required: e.g. full waterproofs (hooded jacket and over trousers), thermal clothing, gloves, small-medium rucksack (30-45 Litre) and sturdy boots.

A packed lunch and a flask, though your B&B may make these up for you on request.

Water and sun block are also items you may need.

If you have your own climbing rack or rock boots etc., please bring them with you.
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You are covered by our 5m public liability insurance whilst on our courses, but strongly recommend you take Sportscover Direct holiday insurance or similar for personal accident, baggage cover and unforseen cancellation purposes in particular.

Any queries at all? please call Richard Hogan on 01335 344982.

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