Multi Pitch Rock Climbing in North Wales  

Multipitch Climber - Rock Climbing Course Snowdonia


Course Stats


Course Aims

The course does exactly what it says on the tin! It is for those who wish to sample multi pitch climbing and ultimately gain the skills to go it a lone. I always aim to break my clients in gently to multi pitch climbing. I put a lot of time into choosing routes on which I can teach you the skills you need whilst giving you a challenging but not off putting level of difficulty!


Course Program


Day 1

Whilst tackling your first multi pitch route we will look at choosing a suitable route, routefinding, equipment selection, attatching to a belay and placing gear.

Day 2

If you have done some previous single pitch leading you might have a go at multi pitch leading. If not we might tackle a slightly trickier route, were you will build all your own belays and manage the stances, We will also look at doing an abseil retreat.


Next Course: Learn to Lead, Advanced Climber, Sea Cliff Climber

Length - 2 Days

Course Dates -

For private booking only - you choose the dates

Cost - £180 p/p based on two people on the course.

Max Ratio - 1:2


Previous Experience

Ideally you will have some previous outdoor climbing experience and you are familliar wih the basics.


Private Course

This course is for private booking only. Visit the private course page to find out more. The cost will depend on how many people in your group.

More Course Information

  Multi Pitch Climbing on the Idwal Slabs

How do I book? Visit the booking page to find out how to book this course.

What's included in the cost? The course fee includes the instruction you receive, 1 entry to a climbing wall and any technical equipment. It does not include accommodation, food or transport costs.

What equipment do I need? I will provide all the ropes, harnesses, hard wear and climbing shoes. You need to bring along suitable clothing and footwear for the outdoors and a packed lunch. I will provide you with a kit list when you book.

What happens if the weather is bad? It not often that I can't seek out a dry spot to go climbing in Snowdonia due to the localised weather pattern here. However if the weather is very bad we might sneak into an indoor wall - where we can cover many useful skills.

Where do we meet? I normally meet at 9.15 at Pete's Eats in Llanberis. We'll have a quick chat about the course then head out to a local crag to do some rock climbing. We normally finish between 4.30 and 5pm


If you have any queries please don't hesitate to email me.

Rory Shaw / 07882756018 / / Site map