Developing your skills to make the most of your days out hill walking
D OF E
As an Approved Activity Provider, we can offer training, practice and assessed Duke of Edinburgh expeditions
Canoes offer great opportunities for those wanting to develop skills, or simply mess about in boats
Indoor and outdoor rock climbing sessions to suit your needs
Whether you love or fear heights, we’ll work with you to provide a fun and challenging high ropes experience
Taster and basic skill development archery sessions
For those that want to get away from civilisation for an extended period, expeditions are the way to go
For those that want to try kayaking for the first time, or work on their technique
Fun days out or targeted team building programmes, depending on what you’re after
Confidence building, skills development and guided mountain biking
Orienteering is a great activity for practising or testing both navigational skills and fitness.
Scrambling could be described as hill walking with frequent use of your hands.
THE WELSH 3000S
The Welsh 3000s mountain challenge sets the task of summiting all 15 of Wales’ 3000ft peaks
For those that want to take hill walking to a new level as winter transforms our mountains
Martin Digby Outdoor Activities looks to provide a wide range of outdoor activities to individuals, groups, schools and businesses.
Martin’s motivation has always come from enabling others to develop skills and understanding of themselves and others. He seeks to combine his teaching experience and outdoor expertise to provide an environment that will empower others to explore and enjoy the outdoors for themselves.
Martin was a teacher for 10 years before moving his classroom into the outdoors. He holds National Governing Body qualifications in mountain walking, rock climbing, canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking, orienteering and archery as well as holding a current first aid qualification. Martin Digby is licensed by the Adventure Activities Licensing Authority and an Approved Activity Provider with the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme.
As well as working for himself, Martin does make himself available for freelance work, giving him the opportunity to pick up on new ideas and techniques. He is also involved in the training of Army Cadets in both military and adventurous training.