Climbing and other outdoor activities can be extremely hazardous and can result in personal injury or death. The selection and use of suitable equipment for particular tasks and climate conditions does require skill. In the interests of your safety and the safety of others, you should ensure that you are properly equipped and trained in the use of the equipment. You should also ensure that you are properly trained in the techniques you will need to employ in pursuit of your chosen activity.
We recommend that you seek and take the advice of a person who is suitably qualified before purchasing your equipment. Once purchased, the equipment should only be used in accordance with the manufacturers’ instructions and should likewise be inspected before use and properly maintained.
This site makes no attempt to offer instruction of any kind, nor should you assume that information you read here is an adequate substitute for instruction or experience.
Where the content of this site describes a location where climbing may be practised, the information is provided without any warranty as to whether there is access to that land, and it is the responsibility of the individual to ensure they have the right to access that land.
The information contained in the material in this website is only for informational purposes. The material on this website does not constitute advice and you should not rely on any material in this website to make any decision or take any action.