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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First Parkrun and trip to Haddon Hall

Over past year quiet few people I know have expressed how much they enjoy Parkruns which happens all around the country in different location every Saturday at 9:00am. Since I’m really not a runner I didn’t think this will be something that will suit me but I have decided to give them a go anyways […]

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Road trip to Scotland and hiking Ben Nevis.

Scotland and hiking Ben Nevis have been on my bucket list for about a year now, and I have finally ticket that box. After hiking Snowdon couple of times and finally getting the Scafell Pike summit this year, it seems like this has to be something I achieve before I move onto bigger things in […]

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Climbing in Wales- Dinas Mot

Over the weekend I’ve made another last minute call to finally get some climbing done in Wales. I have been to Wales few times now. Been up on Snowdon a couple of times, but the weather was never on the bright side of things for climbing. Finally last weekend mother nature have smiled at me […]

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Climbing in Cornwall.

As I have never been to Cornwall in my 14 years of living in UK, I have spontaneously decided to come along to one of the climbing trips with my club and explore the beautiful far coast of Cornwall. 3 day trip have included visiting and climbing at Gurnard’s Head, Bosigran and Sennen, 3 incredibly […]

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Climbing at the Roaches

I have pushed for yet another trad lead climb, this time at The Roaches. The climb is called Inverted Staircase which is a Diff grade, 22m up, 2 pitch and with 3 stars against it. Great for a beginner.   What a climbing site. No wonder why many climbers I know talk about it. Such […]

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