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The Cuillin Ridge Traverse, one and a third times
Completing the Welsh 3000s did something to my brain. It
made it think ‘Well, if you can do that, you can probably do much harder
challenges!’ Which of course meant a search for the next big challenge. Joe and I particularly like one day challenges, Joe alr...
The Cuillin Ridge Traverse, one and a third times
The Cuillin Ridge Traverse, one and a third times
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The Cuillin Ridge Traverse, one and a third times
Completing the Welsh 3000s did something to my brain. It
made it think ‘Well, if you can do that, you can probably do much harder
challenges!’ Which of course meant a search for the next big challenge. Joe and I particularly like one day challenges, Joe alr...
The Cuillin Ridge Traverse, one and a third times
The Cuillin Ridge Traverse, one and a third times
climb-boulder-mountain.blogspot.com
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The Rhinog Traverse, North Wales
It’s been a while since I posted about a walk on here. It’s
not for lack of days out. It’s just that I’ve been trying to write the tale of
my Cuillin Ridge traverse and struggling to get it to a reasonable length
(unlike the walk itself). It’s going to be a...
The Rhinog Traverse, North Wales
The Rhinog Traverse, North Wales
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Cadair Idris, the western Hewitts and not climbing the Crfrwy Arete
A tale of over-ambition, wild camping and not-climbing. Something about this trip led me to question my motivations
for being in the hills, how and why I set my objectives and how I can plan
better in the future. Sat at the wild camp on Saturday night gave ...

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Cadair Idris, the western Hewitts and not climbing the Crfrwy Arete
A tale of over-ambition, wild camping and not-climbing. Something about this trip led me to question my motivations
for being in the hills, how and why I set my objectives and how I can plan
better in the future. Sat at the wild camp on Saturday night gave ...
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A snowy day in the Black Mountain region of the western Brecon Beacons
When the forecast is for 45mph northerlies and a windchill of -8C you prepare for the worst. That's why I packed the film camera for this trip too, thinking a cold damp day might not play well with the digi. I'd been planning to hit the western Beacons for ...
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