A Few Words About Our Company
Having served all over the world for over 20 years as a Royal Marines Commando, including a period organising adventurous training for the Royal Navy, Jim decided to put all these skills into his own business and formed Mountain and Glen in 2005.
Since our inception, we’ve always been about providing challenging experiences in the safest way possible. We pride ourselves on our safety record; many of our instructors come from a Mountain Rescue or military background, so anyone who signs up for one of our events does so in the knowledge that they’re in safe hands!
We believe we offer an unsurpassed level of support, both before and during your event. You’ll have a qualified instructor as a point of contact so any questions or concerns you have can be given an expert answer. In addition, Jim will personally oversee every single event we provide from start to finish to make sure that you have the best experience possible.
As a result we have an excellent record in helping people achieve their aims, whether that’s getting to the finish in record time, or just getting to the finish!
A keen outdoorsman, Jim enjoys mountain running, climbing, snow sports, bushcraft and hillwalking. To relax Jim enjoys walking and running with Nova, his energetic Romanian rescue dog
A former Royal Marine, Sion is a proud Welshman and a keen rugby player. He also has a keen interest in the outdoors; Sion is a twitcher who prides himself on being able to identify any bird by its call!!
Steve has produced a series of Three Peaks Challenge fitness training programmes to dramatically increase all Mountain and Glen customers’ chances of a successful challenge.
Head Mountain Leader
Tom is a keen climber, gorge walker, Kayaker and mountain biker. A self-confessed “Kit geek” if you need advice about the latest piece of kit or clothing Tom’s your man!
A large natural elevation of the earth’s surface rising abruptly from the surrounding level; a large steep hill.