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Safety


RAW Adventures - Safety
RAW Adventures - Safety
RAW Adventures - Safety
RAW Adventures - Safety
RAW Adventures - Safety
RAW Adventures - Safety
RAW Adventures - Safety

RAW Adventures prioritise your safety in our Risk Assessments and operations at all times. This ensures you have an enjoyable day with us in the mountains, as well as appreciating how we work to maintain or increase your safety at all times.

Ross and Kate are Full Members of the Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team and are very much aware of the likelihood and consequences of the risks we encounter in mountainous environments. This drives us to use a practical and sensible approach to safety at all times for both ourselves and our clients.

We draw on our varied personal and work experience: in the mountains of Snowdonia, the Lake District, Mourne Mountains and highlands of Scotland, as well as other remote upland areas in the UK and high altitude destinations overseas. Not to mention many hours exploring countryside and coastal terrain with family, friends and Nonny Dog!

An element of identified risk is manageable. An elephant of risk is not!

We actively manage the safety of our operations in a number of ways:

“The BMC recognises that climbing and mountaineering are activities with a danger of personal injury or death. Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions.”

Please read our Participation Statement.

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RAW Adventures - Welsh 3000s

"Amazing day! Can't thank you enough for looking after us and getting us through the 3000s challenge. Great team! Definitely recommended."

Liz & Phil

Welsh 3000s
RAW Adventures - Mountain Skills

"Thank you for a very fun, wet and informative weekend! Now I have the confidence to explore the mountains in any weather! Diolch o galon!!"

Ian Biggles

Mountain Skills