Winter Hill Skills Training
Sierra Nevada Guides run a range of hill skills and navigation training throughout the year. For the past two weeks we have been enjoying (?) some snowy conditions which give a different slant to walking and navigating in the hills.
|The group practising some "re-location" techniques|
One of the good points about a day led by two qualified International Mountain Leaders in the snow was the quality of instruction and the range of topics covered. Not only was the day about navigation but discussions ensued about snow, avalanche equipment for winter conditions and a range of other related topics.
Because the day didn’t cover all the topics we have normally hoped to on our standard intermediate course, we’ve offered everyone the opportunity to book back on to another Intermediate Navigation Course once the snow melts!
Some comments about the course have come in already:
Dear Mike and Jane,
Many thanks for an excellent day today. I enjoyed the day, learnt a lot with a very affable group and the scenery was excellent – can’t ask for more really!
Hi Jane and Mike
Just to say thanks again for a great day out yesterday - suffice to say I slept well last night! I will probably try and join the course again sometimes soon in non-Winter conditions, but I did feel like I learned plenty yesterday. Look forward to seeing you in March.
Sierra Nevada Guides are all qualified International Mountain Leaders and provide guiding and training in: mountain walking, navigation, hill skills, scrambling and snowshoeing. In addition we can provide rock climbing tuition on single pitch rock climbs.