Make a Booking
The Booking Form:
Once you have been in contact and discussed the activity and decided on your dates, please complete the booking form which you can download here. You may send the downloadable version by e-mail or by post. Please ensure that you are familiar with the Booking Process which you will have received after your first contact with us and terms as stated on our Booking Form
Deposit & Balance:
We require a 25% deposit along with the booking form to confirm your booking. The balance is then due on or before the date of your activity. If paying on the day we do not have credit card facilities at your meeting point.
Payment can be made by:
- Cheque (make payable to KerryClimbing) and posted to: KerryClimbing, Churchtown, Beaufort, Killarney, Co. Kerry.
- Online Banking if you have access to internet banking.
Account Number 34641017
Sort Code 934127
- Online credit card payment ( please request a link via PayPal, no a/c required )
- PayPal: info@KerryClimbing.ie
Confirmation of Booking:
Once we have received the booking form and deposit you will be sent a confirmation email which will contain a detailed itinerary, equipment list and meeting point details.
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Climbing, mountaineering and hillwalking are all activities that carry an element of risk. At KerryClimbing we believe in nurturing a spirit of adventure, and that if we were to eliminate risk totally or any uncertain outcomes (even if that were possible), we would defeat the purpose of the activity.
Our whole approach is to facilitate your adventure, while giving you the skills you need to avoid hazards and to understand and minimise the risks to you and your fellow climbers, hillwalkers and mountaineers. Together we can manage these risks, but we cannot completely remove them.
For those booking our Winter courses, you should also be aware that mountainous environments are especially hazardous when cloaked in snow and ice, with the additional risk of avalanche and other natural hazards. We encourage a culture where, if conditions on the mountain are not suitable for delivering training, we will find alternative locations.
Mountaineering Ireland (M.I), which acts on behalf of walkers, climbers and mountaineers on the Island of Ireland, offers the following participation statement that we ask you to agree to:
“Parents and young participants should be aware that hill walking, climbing, and mountaineering are activities with a danger of personal injury or death. Parents and participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions and involvement”.