/ Your favourite UK winter conditions reports sites
I'll kick it off with these:
I quite like that ukclimbing.com website
OK I found a way in to the demised site using a cached version online here
remaining reports are:
I've created a google reader list with all the blogs linked - helps me look at them through work ;) This is really worthwhile I think.
I've found from my new blog that if you have a blog account you can follow them through there aswell.
MWIS has a list of conditions blogs under 'Mountain Blogs' on the left.
Thanks for that above list, there's some there I haven't seen
the new ones on the mwis blog are:
new ones on that link are:
The best by far for the more interesting things that go on is
That is where i send some of my intersting things ocasionally. I didn't see much point in doing my own blog anymore as there are a lot of other people doing them now.
All the good ones are linked on the right hand side of that page if you want info on the whats going on in the honey pot areas (which isnt in Scottish Winter's purview)
Hope this helps
Check this out as well. Richard Bentleys blog. MIC guide and knows the Ben inside out.
if you use Twitter I set up @scotwinter, which automatically pumps out links to updates on many of the blogs mentioned above.
Cheers Al :)
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