This workshop is provided by Mountaineering & Climbing Instructors and members of AMI.
This is an ideal session for Mountain Leaders and Rock Climbing Instructors and for those considering moving up to the Mountaineering & Climbing Instructor qualification that are looking for some more personal scrambling experience. The workshop will cover route selection and finding, the use of a rope and taking coils, how to protect a scramble, types of anchors and how to use them efficiently.
This workshop will give you all you need to enhance your own personal scrambling skills allowing you to scramble with a colleague as an equal to gain valuable log book experience. This session is not intended to teach you how to be an MCI.
Equipment to bring:
Participants should bring their own Helmet/Harness that both conform to PPE requirements as well as usual hill gear packed in a small neat pack no bigger than 30L. Please also bring dextrous gloves with silicone or leather palm for rope-handling and a helmet compatible warm hat. Walking boots are recommended bet but approach shoes may be worn depending upon suitability to the venue/conditions on the day.