Rowan and I spent 11 days exploring Sicily including hiking on the Aeolian Islands of Stromboli, Vulcano, Panarea, Lipari and Salina (as well as sampling lots of delicious Sicilian wine and food!) We were told by the guide from Magmatrek that activity on Stromboli was much higher than normal when we … Continue reading
From June 7-9, the club visited the Cerrig Pryfaid bunkhouse near Porthmadog in North Wales (thanks to Jen Brewin for the connection to the hut). John and Penny went up on Thursday night and were able to tick off Crib Goch and the Snowdon Horseshoe on Friday after an 0400 … Continue reading
Many thanks to John and Penny for organising what turned out to be a cracking day out in the Peak District. The weather was warm and dry for the duration after the small amount of rain as we arrived. The crag was a short walk from the car park. We … Continue reading
Glen Dessary begins near the tidy tourism of the Caledonian Canal, somewhat north of Fort William past the Commando memorial. Twenty miles to the west, the glen ends at a pass on the edge of some of the most rugged terrain in Britain – the Rough Bounds of Knoydart. The … Continue reading
Thought I’d have another go just to make sure it wasn’t beginners luck.Beccy and I drove across to the Lakes over Easter,just a couple of pics to show. This was through website.
Popped over t’ Lakes over Easter Sadly I have to report that it will not allow me to publish photos
Not much to report in terms of recent mountaineering activity unfortunately, but pleased to see that our new app seems to be working. Thank you, Phil! Hope everyone had a lovely Easter!
In praise of Glen Shiel There’s a pub at either end. Connected by a road and a bus service. The north and south sides of the glen are chains of shapely mountain summits, connected by high, narrow ridges with occasional scrambly sections. These provide over 20 miles of high level … Continue reading