Our guiding and instruction is based on small group ratios of typically 1:1 or 2:1 client to guide climbing ratio. However, when activities are based on mainly moderate mountain terrain the ratio's may increase slightly. For other activities like canoeing, kayaking, hill walking, caving and ghyll scrambling the maximum ratio is 10:1.
Your instructor will be qualified in the relevant activity you are taking part in. Each guide and instructor will hold a valid, up to date first aid certiﬁcate.
For Lake District Courses: We will provide transport to and from the different venues dependant on group size for all courses run in the Lake District. The meeting point will vary for each course depending on where you are staying. The activity location will vary as we match your group’s needs to appropriate venues and local weather conditions.
lf you are staying in the Lakes over night and need advice on suitable accommodation, which is close to the activity location, please contact us. Once you have this information, details of accommodation can be obtained from theCumbria Tourist Board.
For Scottish Courses:For courses in Scotland transport is not provided as a norm and is not included in the cost. However, transport can be decided upon an individual basis, as it might be possible to arrange lift shares after booking has been completed. We can book accommodation on the Scottish courses but the price is not included.