CONTACT US

Get in touch with any questions that you might have, we will get back to you as quickly as we can

Email

Because I am rarely by a computer or phone I am (thankfully) assisted by my wife, Kate on the admin side of the business.

For general enquiries you can email Kate on expeditionguidekate@gmail.com

Or if you would like to ask me a specific question that you cannot find the answer to on the website then send me an email: rob@expeditionguide.com

I am out of contact during each working day and most evenings so answer emails at anti-social hours when I can! Please bear in mind that I am often away from home so a response can be several days.

Phone:

If you have a general enquiry you can call my wife, Kate on 01248 209576 (between 9:00am and 5:00pm)

Post:

Our address is:

1 Pant y Carw
Nant y Felin Rd
Llanfairfechan
Conwy
LL330SU

Expeditionguide.com is the trading name of Johnsons Expedition Guides. Our company number is OC300151

You can read more about me and my qualifications here.
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Our safety policy is here.

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What is Mountain Navigation

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