The British Mountaineering Council have released part one of what looks to be a really really good six part mini-series on scrambling.
Most often undertaken in the Autumn months in the UK, scrambling is in the middle ground between mountain walking and rock climbing. With more exposure and potential risk than a walk comes the requirement for a rope and some basic scrambling hardware, but not the full paraphernalia of rock climbers.
The Path Less Travelled are very experienced scrambling instructors with literally hundreds and hundreds of routes in Snowdonia, Cumbria and the Highlands under our harnesses.
Have a look at part 1 of the BMC series and if you would like to venture in to the UK hills and undertake a few routes, please just drop us a line.