/ North Wales summer meet thread
Planned for the weekend of 13/14 of July.
Can't post on the original thread as it's been archived.
Who's still up for it? ;-)
c'mon, loads of people said they were going.
As per the link in my first post. The thread was originally started by Chay.
Couldn't commit to the original thread on account of my mother working her way thru the medical A-Z. Assuming she doesn't reach R for Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever by the time of your meet I would love to join you so count me in. I presume you plan to camp at the Heart of Snowdonia campsite between Betys and Capel as per Chay's thread. Cheers.
yes, not changing any of the details from the original thread, just a reminder.
Cheers. What time you likely to arrive?
Is any one going to be there to get out climbing Friday?
I'm planning on travelling down on Thursday,so as to get two full days climbing ,Friday (if anyone is about),and Saturday.I have to leave midday-ish on the Sunday,due to work shift pattern.
Probably travelling down Friday afternoon-got allotment watering duty in the morning. Put a separate thread on for partner for Friday.
I might be able to get there for 1 ish could get an afternoon in. Happy on severe if feeling good HS.
Let me know if that suits you.
Looks like I'm not going to be able to make Sat or Sun. If that's the case could climb all day Friday.
> Looks like I'm not going to be able to make Sat or Sun. If that's the case could climb all day Friday.
it looks good for climbing on Friday .
Shame you can't make the whole weekend.
Will mail you.
The two remnant members of this meet, dasc and I met up Friday evening at the campsite which is small clean and well run. Sweltering conditions meant easy scrambling only, introducing dasc to Tryfan and Idwal area. Good company, relaxed weekend -great.
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