The Lake District is home to thousands of fantastic rock climbs across the grade spectrum, from classic mountain routes to more esoteric gems hidden away on some of the less well-travelled crags.
Wales and South West England is home to some of the best and most accessible Mountain crags and Sea Cliffs in the UK. Perhaps you’ve always wanted to climb the classic Terriers Tooth at Chair Ladder, or the iconic Dream of White Horses in Wen Zawn?
Adventure Hunter provide guided mountain walking throughout the year. Our staff are highly experienced, qualified and have a wealth of local knowledge.
From modern mixed lines, a great dry-tooling venue, and of course, the classic snow and ice routes the area is famous for. Winter Climbing in the Lake District has something to offer every winter climber.
Scottish winter climbing has to be one of the most testing and rewarding components of climbing in the UK. It requires a unique combination of skills and knowledge and offers a lifetime of amazing adventure and experience. We offer guided days on some of the most famous routes in the UK.
This has to be one of the finest climbing challenges in the Lakes. The Lakeland Classic Rock Challenge is a compilation of fifteen of the best routes in the region.
The three classic Scottish sea stacks consist of the Old Man of Hoy, the Old Man of Stoer, and Am Buachaille. Climb all three in one trip for an unforgettable experience!
Norway’s Rjukan valley is one of Europe’s premier ice climbing destinations. The valley is home to hundreds of fantastic cascades, which offer brilliant single and multi-pitch ice climbing.