Winter Mountain Safety Lecture

FebFest 125 logoPresented by
Rich Parker

Did we do the right things, or were we lucky? Tips for success


rich-parkerA collection of anecdotes, observations and lessons learnt from the Scottish winter mountains. Do we give ourselves the best opportunities for success and how often do we reflect on what makes a good day?

In this lecture Rich explains how to set up the best possible plan for a trip in the mountains.

 

About Rich

Rich Parker MIC IML is a climber, skier, lapsed Sgitheanach, rescue and working at height specialist and mountaineering instructor.

After 31 years he’s just starting to get to grips with it. He lives with his wife Gillian in Fort William and runs Access Mountain Guides.

About the Series

Now in the 32nd year, the Clachaig Winter Mountain Safety Lecture series is the longest running safety iniative of its kind. Designed to be a last port of call before setting off into the winter hills, each lecture will look at key safety considerations which may be a timely reminder when planning your outing for the next day. Read more about the lecture series…

 

Copyright Rich Parker

 

MammutClachaig’s Winter Mountain Safety Lectures are brought to you with the kind support of Mammut UK. Local retailer Nevisport will be on hand with some Mammut products and hopefully be offering some great deals to everyone attending a lecture. Please give them your support so that the lecture series can continue to be provided free at the point of delivery.

Lectures start at approx 8pm in the Boots Bar. If everyone arrives in plenty of time, and gets their food sorted and beer ordered, then there’s more chance that the lecture will start at 8pm! There is NO CHARGE for entry.

At a glance

  • From: 21st February 2017 08:00 pm
  • At: The Boots Bar

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