Indoor Climbing and Dry Tooling

Skills for Climbing Wall users and Instructors

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An instructional guidebook to all the basic skills and equipment for indoor climbing, dry tooling and bouldering, invaluable for beginners and instructors on CWA, CWLA and NICAS schemes, and for climbers wanting to increase their technical knowledge to enjoy their climbing wall experience to the max, written by top mountain instructor Pete Hill.

Weight 340.00 g


Author of book

Peter Hill



Publish Date

21 October 2009



Page size

colour photos


Paperback – Laminated

Author description

Africa, and co-author (with Stuart Johnston) of the globally successful The Mountain Skills Training Handbook . He runs both summer and winter skills courses from beginner through to advanced level, and has been delivering rock and mountain sports courses at the highest level for a number of years. He is a member of the Alpine Club, as well as on a number of other extreme routes climbed in difficult conditions in the European Alps, ete Hill MIC, FRGS has climbed in many continents and countries across the world, he is also author of The International Handbook of Technical Mountaineering, including first ascents in the Himalayas. He is a holder of the MIC award, Nepal and India. Pete lives in Scotland and has two daughters, Rebecca and Samantha. A frequent contributor to various magazines and websites, Rock Climbing and Sport Climbing, the top UK instructional qualification

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