/ Climbing in Llanberis this weekend
I'm leaving tomorrow with a few guys from work to go climbing in Llanberis this weekend. It's a 430 mile round trip and with the expected snow, I imagine there will be no climbing to be had.
If you're going all that way, tremadog is about the most sheltered place around, but from your logbook you may have done all the up-to-hvs stuff there.
Thanks for the suggestions. I do love Tremadog. And to be fair, in this (cold) weather the grades don't really matter to me; I'd rather be safe in doing a few severes with numb hands rather than pushing the grades!!
I did Belshazzar in a blizzard once (rock shoes and redundant chalk bag rather than dry aid tooling). It wasn't supposed to be that way, but it was another one of those useful formative experiences!
I'll report back on Monday with details about the weekend! I'm sure we'll get there...
Famous last words, eh?!
gonna be an easterly so will be cold! I'm planning on doing some rolling practice in the kayak. Well thats the plan....
What you need is a NW facing suntrap...
> What you need is a NW facing suntrap...
Or for the forecast to be wrong http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/wl/holyhead_forecast_weather.html
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