Climbing

Scott teaching Quin how to set up an abseil.

Climbing at Fairburn

There are many different types of rock throughout Scotland. With this variety Scotland offers some of the best climbing routes that provide a great selection of routes matching to your climbing style. Whether you are looking for some easy fun day routes or you are looking for something more challenging, Scotland has it all here.

Mountain Cliffs

Mountain cliffs provide some of the longest climbing routes from medium to hard grades for climbing. Popular routes include:
Glen Coe, Ben Nevis, the red & black Cuillin on the Isle of Skye and Cir Mhor & Rosa slabs on the Island of Arran.

Outcrop Crags

Scotland has numerous crags that are well documented, easy to access and with varying grades and heights. Popular crags include creag dubh and Diabieg near Torridon in the north of Scotland.

Bouldering

Glen Nevis have some great bouldering problems ranging from easy (VB) to some very hard V14s. Our personal favourite bouldering problems is the celtic jumble just a short jaunt from Torridon Village.

Book Activity

What's Provided?

Instructor

 

All equipment

 

What to Bring?

 

Your own climbing gear if you have it

 

Comfortable clothing

 

Trainers

Cost Options

The options available are:

 

Half day session – £45 per person

 

Full day session – £75 per person

 

Private sessions and private group sessions available. Please contact us to book