Tim Miller is a qualified and insured Aspirant Mountain Guide  who can tailor the perfect day on rock for you. He also holds a BSc in Earth Science from The University of Glasgow and is the 2020 recipient of the Youth Mountain Culture Award. Whether you are wanting to tick off a life long ambition of completing a traverse of The Cuillin Ridge on Skye or would like to get into the nitty gritty details of learning to lead climb outdoors, Tim can guide you through it.

You are in safe hands with a guide who has a broad range of experience that spans almost a decade. As a competitor Tim placed 4th in the Youth Ice Climbing World Championships held in France. Tim has taken part in several technical expeditions to the Greater Ranges where he has climbed up to 7000m on new routes and unclimbed peaks. In Scotland Tim has added his own routes to the Scottish Highlands and continues to push himself in Summer and Winter. Recently Tim received the 2020 Youth Award for Excellence in Mountain Culture at the Fort William Mountain Festival and you can watch his video below. 

You can be sure to be out with a competent, friendly and fun instructor.

Tim holds the MCI qualification awarded by the body Mountain Training UK.


"The Mountaineering and Climbing Instructor Scheme is the MTUK's highest level of qualification."

He is also a member of the Association of Mountaineering Instructors. Members adhere to a Code of Professional Conduct and undertake continuous professional development. This ensures that Tim will be working at a high level with your safety and enjoyment as a top priority.

"By employing an AMI member you will be in the very best of hands. AMI members are highly experienced mountaineers who have undergone rigorous training and assessment to qualify under the Mountain Training UK (MTUK) Mountaineering Instructor scheme."

- Association of Mountaineering Instructors

"The Mountaineering and Climbing Instructor scheme trains and assesses candidates in the skills required for instructing mountaineering, including all aspects of summer rock climbing, including the coaching of lead climbing, and scrambling."

- Mountain Training UK.