As a Hobart local I’ve managed to climb extensively through-out this beautiful state. I’m always keen to take groups and individuals out into the wild and provide lasting memories and help dreams come to fruition. Please don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions or queries as to what I can offer you.

  • Fully qualified Multi-Pitch Guide (TCIA)
  • Professional, friendly service with a big emphasis on safety.
  • Extensive experience in all forms of climbing from sport to big-wall to mountaineering.
  • Tailored climbing trips to suit the beginner to the pro, including guided first-ascents.
  • Able to supply cutting-edge gear for all conceivable climbing adventures!
High on the Hazards Main Wall, Freycinet. Photo (C) Shaen Adey

Some of the experiences I offer include:

One Day Rope Rescue:

For the people who feel comfortable lead-climbing single and multi-pitch climbs, but seek the skills to be able to deal with unexpected scenarios. Ask your self honestly, do you feel you, or more importantly your partner, has the skills to enact a rescue if an accident were to happen. Let me teach you a few of the key principles that will help you out if things do ever go pear shaped.

Ascent Guiding:

Tasmania has some beautifully grand climbing objectives that are justifiably world renowned. Have you ever dreamed about climbing things like  the mighty Totem Pole, Frenchmans Cap or the spectacular Cape Raoul but feel they might be a touch out of reach? Let me come along and provide not only an opportunity to stand atop your goal, but have an amazing experience reaching the summit.

Weekend Workshops:

So you and some friends or perhaps one of your kids has taken keenly to climbing. With so many concerns and skills to learn in can be an overwhelming process of learning how to climb safely. Let me offer you expert instruction on the basics of how to keep you and your friends safe whilst climbing. A typical weekend would cover setting up top-ropes safely, how to place natural anchors and how to lead-climb safely and efficiently.

Another glorious day at white-water wall. Photo (c) Shaen Adey


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