Tryfan- walking up the north ridge

Tryfan has been on my bucket list of places to hike for a while now. My friend, which has hiked the North Ridge before have said that this is an exceptionally excellent route to challenge yourself on with navigation skills, steep hill walking and scrambling. Perfect walk on a sunny day, with a most beautiful […]

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Another Family trip to North Wales

Last weekend we have gone to North Wales for a bit of a wonder, trying to explore as much as we can while most attractions like the Harlech Castle were closed. Since my mum loves a long walk on the sandy beach, we have gone to check out Black Rocks Beach and the Criccieth coastline […]

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Climbing at Horseshoe Quarry

Into the Labyrinth was my second lead of the day. Well, originally when my partner thought this was a good climb for me to try out, with a bit of a tricky start, he thought this was a one star 5a or a 5+. When I went to add this into my UKC Logbook, Rockfax has re-graded it as a one star 6a since the route was retro-bolted 😀

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Climbing and Walking at Matlock

I have been to Matlock Wildcat crag a couple of times before, but this time I managed to get in a lead on the Cat Walk HS 4a before the rain started to come on and off. Very nice route with loads of safety gear placements and just amazing views all over. A bit greasy […]

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Climbing at Harborough Rocks Derbyshire

Harborough Rocks Derbyshire

Most of us climbers are very keen on climbing ASAP but we still have to stay cautious and alert due to Covid-19. Of course, there is already a number of us out there climb/ boulder, keeping to the social distancing measures of course. This time we have visited Harborough Rocks which consists of some small trad climbing routes and some exciting bouldering/ free climbing problems. Very good for beginners…

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Growing trad climbing gear rack as a beginner

Trad climbing gear setup for a beginner

With these new additions to my rack I can now most likely be fine on single pitch short climbs, and on any  multi pitch routs, I can always borrow a set of nuts, cams and quickdraws from fellow climbers.

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Road trip to Wales and climbing at Holyhead.

Trad Rock Climbing at Holyheat, Anglesea, Wales UK

With only 3 hour car journey to the North West side of Snowdonia, North Wales is the perfect place for a chilled weekend, that can be filled with climbing, hiking, mountain biking, swimming, kayaking and sightseeing the amazing coast . I am very fortunate to belong in a climbers club that owns a cosy little […]

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