Author Tom Hatt

Important Features to Consider When Buying a Climbing Rope

Demystifying the different features of climbing ropes so that you can brush up on your knowledge for your next adventure!

The Definitive Guide to Buying Your First Climbing Rope

Discover our top tips on dynamic rope type, length and diameter to help you choose the best rock climbing rope.

Guided Rock Climbing – Swanage

So what is a guided climbing day all about? Simple, we take you out and climb some of the best routes at the crag in your grade. Guided climbing gives you the opportunity to climb in its traditional form of… Continue Reading →

Training for Climbing – Part 2

About Tom and Neil Tom – When not running courses, Tom works as a stuntman and has a background as a Fitness Instructor and former Royal Marine Commando. Over the years, Tom has put his body through its paces, and… Continue Reading →

Training for Climbing – Part 1

We’ve teamed up with Neil Collins from Blackbrook Crossfit based near Ditchling Common in Sussex to bring you a couple of articles on training and improving your climbing. About Tom and Neil Tom – When not getting shot or blown… Continue Reading →

Hatt Environmental Pledge

We have a couple of environmental pledges such as to be carbon neutral as well as being plastic smart. Where possible we try to work with companies who have the same ethos as us. October 2018 – River Ouse (Sussex)… Continue Reading →

Night Kayaking on the River Ouse

We set off in the van and reached Barcombe Mills at dusk. Our plan was to recce the river at night in order to run guided trip for clients in the future. My kayaking skills were as close to zero… Continue Reading →

Lights, Camera, Action! Filming a Subaru Advert – Pt.2

A few of months ago we were asked to source a location, a climber and riggers to film a Subaru advert. The day went well and the shoot was completed. The media company BJL were extremely pleased with the advert,… Continue Reading →

Whitewater Safety & Rescue Course

The last time I attended a white water safety and rescue course was about 8 years ago and I thought it was high time to refresh my skills and spend the weekend swimming down a cold Welsh river! It turned… Continue Reading →

Open Access Land

Land Access Issues We all like to get out and enjoy the countryside, whether that’s walking climbing, kayaking, or just wild camping bushcraft style! However, people are often unsure of where they can go and what they are allowed to… Continue Reading →

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