Conall Ó Fiannachta is your leader, he is a qualified and insured Rock Climbing Instructor and Mountain Leader, and an active member of Mountaineering Ireland and The Mountain Training Association. Since he qualified as a Rock Climbing Instructor in 2012 he has gained a wealth of experience leading and managing groups in the outdoors and is in his element climbing and adventuring in the natural environment. He has experience working with a wide variety of clients including but not limited to youth groups, crime diversion projects, special needs (Rehabcare), school groups, scout groups, older people and more. Fun fact - Conall is also a native Irish speaker.

Good morning! 7.45am Summit Mt Toubkal, 4167m. High Atlas, Morocco. 1/3/2019

Conall worked as an outdoor instructor in an Irish language adventure college instructing for 5 years before deciding he wanted to specialise in rock climbing and mountaineering. Safety is paramount and he is devoted to giving the best possible experience to his clients and is constantly developing and perfecting his skills and setting himself new goals. His enthusiasm, passion and friendliness are just some of the great characteristics that make Conall an ideal leader for your climbing day.

 The following are just some of the relevant rock climbing, mountaineering and recreational qualifications Conall has obtained thus far-

  • Single Pitch Award - Rock Climbing Instructor (MI)

  • Mountain Leader Award (MI)

  • Mountain Skills (MI)

  • Rescue Emergency Care 4 - First Aid (Remote West First Aid)

  • Safeguarding 1 Child Welfare & Protection

  • FUNdamentals of Climbing 1and 2

  • Train The Trainer (MI)

  • Bachelor of Business Degree in Sport (IT Sligo)

  • FETAC Level 6 Advanced Certificate in Sport Development (ST. Kevins College of Further Education, Dublin)

  • FETAC Level 5 Certificate in Outdoor Recreation & Leadership Skills - (St. Kevins)