/ NEWS: UKClimbing.com Alpine Festival 2010 at Plas y Brenin

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UKC News - on 04 Feb 2010
[Just below the final summit seracs on the Gervasutti Couloir, 2 kb]In April 2010 Plas y Brenin are set to host the first ever UKClimbing.com Alpine Festival. This great weekend event is a unique opportunity for UKC users to learn from some of the Country's leading Alpinists and Mountain Guides and to mix with like-minded people and celebrate Alpine achievements and aspirations.

Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/item.php?id=51675
Ben C - on 04 Feb 2010
In reply to UKC News: A rope bag gift for an Alpine Festival?! Is it for polybagging?!)
In reply to Ben C:
> (In reply to UKC News) A rope bag gift for an Alpine Festival?! Is it for polybagging?!)

No, it is for holding all the other free gifts!

Alan
obi-wan nick b - on 05 Feb 2010
In reply to UKC News: There are 18 workshops listed, if some are running concurrently it would be useful to see a timetable so that we can plan which to go to and which to leave out (save having to make hurried decisions on arrival) even if they can't be booked until arrival...
Cat in a Hat - on 16 Feb 2010
In reply to UKC News:

May have missed it in the small print somewhere, but how many workshops will people be able/allowed to attend? Would needless to say be keen to squeeze in as many as humanly possible!
There are still a few places left on this fantastic weekend and the free goody bag is filling up just as quickly!

Read more here http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/item.php?id=51675
Cmonuirons - on 19 Feb 2010
In reply to obi-wan nick b:
> (In reply to UKC News) There are 18 workshops listed, if some are running concurrently it would be useful to see a timetable so that we can plan which to go to and which to leave out ...

I didn't see the "How to spend your spare time posting on UKC instead of actually going climbing" workshop - I know it's bound to be popular but it's not oversubscribed already is it ?
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In reply to obi-wan nick b:
> (In reply to UKC News) There are 18 workshops listed, if some are running concurrently it would be useful to see a timetable so that we can plan which to go to and which to leave out (save having to make hurried decisions on arrival) even if they can't be booked until arrival...

There doesn't appear to be a fixed agenda at this point but I have checked up and most of the courses will be repeated more than once allowing people to choose their own programs.

Alan

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