WE’RE GOOD TO GO. In between Lockdowns, SAAIGOutdoors has been busy doing all sorts of things, building premises, developing opportunities, training, Home Schooling & exploring the local area which we live in. As a small family run outdoors adventures activities Company, we love to be in the outdoors, outside, bringing Inspiration and adventures to our
Navigation with a Map & Compass. Four guys from Birmingham. A glorious day, top company and a tad Windy. These four guys from Birmingham wanted to sharpen their navigation skills whilst out on the fells. Safe Journeys guys.
Climbing, laughs and the sunshine (is coming soon). Peak District Climbing at it’s best. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Saturday & Sunday Not too scary!!!! Another fabulous weekend. Wonderful folk. Well done everyone.
Over the Edge and Up a Crag! Lauren, Charles, Seb, Richard, Lyndsay, Lilly & Annabel Stepping outside their comfort zones, over the edge and up a crag. An unexpectedly warm autumnal day. The day after storm Alex and the limestone was perfectly dry. Everyone stepped up to abseil down the 20metres and then climbed a
Awesome climbing by Dad and Son. Lee & Harrison had a an amazing time, pushing themselves on climbs and abseils. We hope you enjoyed the Yorkshire Dales, it never fails to reward those that venture here.
Three days of Yorkshire Dales Limestone Rock Climbing and some swimming. Three different venues, three great days. Limestone, Limestone and Limestone. In these conditions, it is a great rock to climb. Friday Saturday Sunday A fabulous weekend. Wonderful folk. Well done everyone.
Walking in the Yorkshire Dales – 9th Aug 2020 A beautiful day for a walk, Alan, Becca, Debby, Luke, James, Sam, Ellis & I Walking from clapham, the home of Cave Rescue (MRT), through the footpaths and into Trowgill. Trowgill is a hard knocks climbing venue, sport climbing mostly. Then up to Ingleborough and round
Fell running on Whernside Ribblehead viaduct, Yorkshire Dales tallest peak Whernside and more. Yorkshire Dales. Trail running and fell running. Come and join us for a run around the fells. Best enjoyed with local fell runner and author of cicerones “Trail and fell running in the Yorkshire Dales” Pete Ellwood. All our routes will become
Lockdown, Summer Outdoors climbing and now Ingleton Climbing Academy are back training indoors. New COVID19 procedures and some changes to the timings of sessions, but we have around 45 children, ranging from five to fifteen years old. Split into a total of nine Bubbles. Sound complicated, it isn’t really, we manage it all. Sporting newly