Winter 2016/2017

Winter is awesome !

Winter mountaineering your way

 

The first proper snow has fallen in the Scottish highlands and more will be on its way! So it’s time for thoughts to turn to winter. At Granite Trails we feel that the wintery mountains are best enjoyed on your terms, so all of our winter courses are bespoke, tailored to your needs and the conditions we find on the day. We only work with small ratio groups, for maximum learning and safety. As always with a Granite Trails course all of our staff are highly qualified and experienced professionals, who spend the whole winter season living and working in the mountains. Here are some of the winter courses we can run. You can find more information on the course content on the hill walking and mountaineering pages.

  • Winter Hill walking skills
  • Winter mountaineering
  • Guided mountain days
  • Snow, ice and mixed climbing
  • Avalanche awareness for walkers, climbers and skiers
  • Snow hole night out!

Climbing and mountaineering courses have a maximum ratio of 1-2.

Walking, avalanche training and snow hole courses have a maximum ratio of 1-6. 

We can cater for larger groups of more than 6, please contact us for prices.

We always find it best to talk to people about their plans and aspirations in the mountains, so get in touch and our expert team will make sure you get the best advice and training for you.

Keep an eye on our facebook page and the website for the latest news, events and fun stuff from the climbing and mountaineering world.

 

For Prices please get in touch, as the wide variety of bespoke options we offer are tailored to your needs. We will do our best to meet your needs and fit your budget, our prices are in line with those recomended by AMI and other mountain professionals

 

Book a winter adventure now!

 

Granite Trails instructor Matt on Ben Nevis.

Having kit that will keep you warm, dry and safe is the key to enjoying a full winter of adventures. Check out our Kit Prep for winter hill walking. page for our instructors top tips to get your kit ready.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kit drying out in the CIC hut after a big day out on Ben Nevis.

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