Libby Peter and Ric Potter
Independent Mountain Guides based in Snowdonia
We are specialists in high quality guiding and tuition in all aspects of climbing and mountaineering, and are fully qualified, personable and experienced guides and instructors. We are based in Snowdonia full time, so we have in-depth knowledge of the area, we can cater for everyone from beginners to advanced, and we are totally flexible on days and dates so we can suit you. We operate all year round.
Snowdonia has some of the highest, rocky and compact mountains
in Britain. It also has a rugged, craggy coastline and is within easy
reach of major UK cities. Climbing in Wales has a long history going
back over 150 years and there are literally thousands of climbs for
you to enjoy both in the mountains and on the coast. It's the variety of the climbing, and the sheer number of cliffs and climbs such a small area, that has made climbing in North Wales so famous.
Llanberis is the hub of Welsh climbing; it's tucked right in between the mountains
and the sea cliffs, at the foot of the highest mountain in England and
Wales, so it's perfectly placed for all the climbing and mountaineering the area has to offer.
Above the sea, on the limestone cliffs of the Great Orme, Llandudno.
Climbing in the Llanberis slate quarries. Photo: Ray Wood
Tim and Fiona learning to lead their own climbs at Tremadog, North Wales.
Libby cruising the ultra-classic Vector (E2), Tremadog, North Wales.
Maisie romping up the wild and atmospheric 'Sea Mist' on Saddle Head. Pembokeshire family rock climbing week.
Classic rock climbing on Gashed Crag, Tryfan, North Wales.
Libby on the almost permanently sunny King Bee Crack, Holyhead Mountain, North Wales.
Eden (aged 8) climbing First Pinnacle Rib (Diff), Tryfan, Wales.
Keri climbing on the seas cliffs at Gogarth, Anglesey.
Early season rock in the Gwynant valley, Snowdonia