Winter Skills course: special offer
For a limited time only, Scot Mountain Holidays are offering £100 off* our 5 Day Winter Skills course, this applys to our Hogmanay Winter Skills course as well.
Why winter, why the Cairngorms?
There is something about snow which makes the mountains so much more beautiful. For some of us the first snow falls of winter send a shiver of excitement down the backbone. The Cairngorms, protected from Gulf Stream warmth, are universally recognized as providing our most consistent snow and ice conditions. They’re Britain’s highest mountain range, Scotland’s high arctic and home to our most permanent snow beds. For some of their time they may be under brilliant blue skies, at other times immersed in freezing hill fog. Any protrusion above the snow becomes caked in beautiful rime ice crystals. The winter mountains aren’t for the faint hearted but to experience them in their full winter garb is to see them at their finest. So come and join us to enjoy this winter for a winter skills course, a winter mountaineering course or a guided walking experience.
Learning winter skills here with Scot Mountain Holidays is so much more than just instruction. We believe you should be comfortable and relaxed while you pick up new winter skills, so we include accommodation at our family home and cook for you so you can relax and concentrate on the new winter skills you’ve learnt.
The extras included on our winter skills courses are:
- Transfers between Inverness airport or Aviemore railway station if required
- Evening meal on arrival at the Lodge
- Evening meal to round off the end of the course
- Accommodation at the end of the course (excl. weekend courses)
- Breakfast before you depart the following morning
*Terms and Conditions apply
Green travel discount does not apply.
Booking must be received by 14th January 2016.
To apply for your discount just send us an email at: email@example.com
For more information about winter skills techniques, winter skills courses, equipment for winter skills, preparation for a winter skills course read these articles on our blog.