Reiff Hero

A celebration of climbing on some of the best UK rock. Organised by climbers for climbers!

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Come and climb at Reiff, whether you are part of a club, an individual, experienced climber or never tried it before.

Activities include recreating the ‘indoor wall’ outdoors for those who want to join in but don’t have the kit. Workshops for those who want to improve their skills with a coach/instructor. Family activities and a Ceilidh or just relax in the pub! IT’S ALSO THE WEEKEND OF THE COIGACH HALF MARATHON!!

Programme

Thursday 12th October
Arrive at Port a’Bhaig Campsite to sign in with event organisers at the pub from 8-10pm.

Friday 13th October
Climbing at Reiff! Ropes will be in place at the Pinnacle Area for anyone who wants to give outdoor climbing a try but doesn’t have the kit. Make sure you’ve booked your come and try ticket.

Workshops & Guided days (led by Instructors and Coaches) to be announced.

Saturday 14th October
Climbing at Reiff! Ropes will be in place at the Pinnacle Area for anyone who wants to give outdoor climbing a try but doesn’t have the kit. Make sure you’ve booked your come and try ticket.

Workshops & Guided days (led by Instructors and Coaches) to be announced.

Coigach Half Marathon, make sure you sign up here.

Evening Ceilidh at the Coigach Community Hall from 8pm till midnight (price included with camp and ceilidh ticket).

Sunday 15th October
Climbing at Reiff! Ropes will be in place at the Pinnacle Area for anyone who wants to give outdoor climbing a try but doesn’t have the kit. Make sure you’ve booked your come and try ticket.

Workshops & Guided days (led by Instructors and Coaches) to be announced.

We really want to encourage groups of friends to come up and climb together this weekend so even if you’re not interested in doing any workshops etc please do come and camp with us!

Families are really welcome, the organisers have very young children and will do everything they can to help other families join in.

Tickets will be on sale very soon and at their most basic will just include camping but there will be bolt-ons for the ceilidh and access to the area of the crag with ropes up for those who want to give outdoor climbing a go but don’t have the right kit yet.

Workshops will be arranged by coaches and instructors this year so watch our facebook group and this page for their announcements and get booked on!

Buy Tickets

  • Camping Ticket with Ceilidh

    £45

    3 nights camping at the wonderful Port a Bhaigh Campsite (right next to the pub) and a Ceilidh ticket for the dance on Saturday night.

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  • Top-rope half day

    £25

    So you've climbed indoors for years but never really tried touching REAL rock. Let us help you, particular areas will be taped off and ropes rigged up just like inside.

    Treat yourself to a top roping wristband to get access to these exclusive climbs.

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  • Guided Day - Ratio 1:2

    £90

    Feel like you want more, the guided option is a chance to learn from a Mountaineering Instructor.

    Always wanted to try lead climbing?
    Want guided up a sea stack?
    Not sure how multi pitching works?

    This session is for you. The day is based on a 1:2 ratio so why not find a friend and book your ticket.

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  • Climbing Workshop - Ratio 1:4

    £45

    A change to shape up on your rope skills. A half day of tips and tricks from a Mountaineering Instructor.

    Anchors and belays
    Escaping the system
    How to place gear properly
    Improving your technique ready for the outdoors

    This session is aimed at those with some climbing experience who are wanting to get to the next stage and want a little advice to help them along the way.

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Where to stay

Wondering where to stay? If you’ve never been to the North West Highlands of Scotland before, you’re in for a treat. With some of the best scenery and landscapes in the UK, there’s something here for everyone. Of course responsible Wildcamping is allowed in Scotland and so you could seek out your ideal secluded spot, but to really get into the festival atmosphere you might like to stay on-site at Port a’Bhaig Campsite (cost included with a Camp and Ceilidh ticket).

There’s plenty of other accommodation in Coigach (the peninsular which Reiff is part of). There’s a website with a list of providers here.

The closest to the crag you can get is the hamlet of Reiff whilst Port a’Bhaig campsite is 2 minutes away from the pub (evening meals, pool table and drinks).

The hall where the ceilidh will be held is in Polglass, just under 5 miles away from the campsite.

There’s also a good grocery shop in Achiltibuie where you can stock up on essentials and a craft shop in Polbain where you can get some souvenirs!

Tim Hamlet

Questions? Just get in touch, and we’ll do our best to help

This years festival is being run entirely by volunteers led by local climber Tim Hamlet. Ask Tim a question!

info@hamletmountaineering.com

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