Skip Navigation

Summit Safely: Expert Guiding for Winter Climbs in the Scottish Highlands

Summit Safely: Expert Guiding for Winter Climbs in the Scottish Highlands Picture this: You’re standing on a snow-covered summit in the Scottish Highlands, the wind whipping around you, and the world a breathtaking panorama of white-capped peaks and frozen lochs. … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Winter Skills Training in Glencoe & Aviemore

Navigating the Frozen Wilds: Winter Skills Training in Glencoe & Aviemore Looking to spend time in the mountains this winter? It’s a breathtaking experience you can’t get anywhere else, but there’s no denying the winter mountains demand respect. This guide … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Essential Winter Walking Gear: A Guide For UK Mountain Adventures

Walking in the winter mountains can be an amazing experience, but the snowy, icy and cold conditions that make it so rewarding also significantly add to the seriousness of the day, especially when you compare it to a day out … Continue reading

Posted in winter skills | Comments Off on Essential Winter Walking Gear: A Guide For UK Mountain Adventures

Decoding Mountaineering Boots: What Are The B0, B1, B2 & B3 Categories All About?

Whether you are hiking in the mountains on a dry summer day, or whether you are roped up on a snowy technical mountain ridge, there are 2 things that connect you to the terrain – your feet. Having the correct … Continue reading

Posted in winter mountaineering | Comments Off on Decoding Mountaineering Boots: What Are The B0, B1, B2 & B3 Categories All About?

How to fit crampons to your boots

  In today’s video, we will focus on fitting crampons to our boots. We’ll discuss three different types of crampons: C1, C2 C3 If you’re unsure about the type of boot you have, please refer to the video on our … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on How to fit crampons to your boots

Association of Mountaineering Instructors