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June 24, 2018

Jenny was ticking the Munros off on this years trip to Skye and she had a few left to tick off on the Cuillin Ridge. Sugar Dubh  Mor was one and she fancied the Dubh Slabs approach. Fantastic I thought!

This has to be one of the best mountaineering days out at the grade...

February 22, 2018

‘Costa Blanca’s Mini Cuillin’

Costa Blanca is probably more famously known for Benidorm than anything else, but the mountain ranges here are extensive, there is a long history of climbing and mountaineering in the region. Who knew that within touching distance of the se...

October 17, 2017

How many routes do you know that start and finish on the ground below the crag?

There’s something quite nice about rocking up to a crag and not wondering how you get off the thing, although when I did this route for the 1st time the bed of nettles at the end provided a...

October 4, 2017

I was chatting to someone the other night who had been out climbing with me earlier this year and I’d suggested having a bash at Spiral Stairs on the Cromlech, which I now know they thoroughly enjoyed! 

It’s such a stunning and iconic crag that you can’t fail to spot it...

October 13, 2016

Something different on a busy day…. The Snowdon Massif lends itself to so many routes, whether short, long, circular, linear, walking, scrambling, climbing…it’s

August 2, 2016

I think Snowdon is a mountain for everyone, regardless of who you are, the type of adventure you’re after or how experienced in the mountains your are, it has plenty of options…it even has a train!

There are pleasant, easy to follow tracks to the summit, there are ridge...

May 17, 2016

 Crib Coch - Red Ridge

Undoubtedly one of the finest mountaineering journey's in the UK, the knife edge ridge of Crib Coch offers masses of exposure and stunning views. This Grade One Scramble has places where route finding is challenging and when it's not, the exposure...

April 18, 2016

Ffynnon y Gwas - Labourer's Spring

You don't always have to summit a mountain to discover the wilderness and solitude Snowdonia has to offer, in fact since I have been swimming the lakes of Snowdonia I have experienced more time alone in peace and quiet that I ever have...

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