/ Running Crib Goch vid

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Sean Kelly - on 12 Jan 2017
You have to wait for the ad to finish but use of the drone adds another aspect to filming the Crib Goch traverse...!
http://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/watch-perilous-crib-goch-clamber-12417331
ianstevens - on 12 Jan 2017
In reply to Sean Kelly:
Am I alone is thinking that he actually isn't going that fast? Lovely footage though.
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Sean Kelly - on 12 Jan 2017
In reply to Sean Kelly:

Funny how the last bit is all fuzzy, which spoils it a little?
Moley on 12 Jan 2017
In reply to ianstevens:

I agree, he's trundling along at a good average runners pace, but not fast for a fell runner with good balance and used to that terrain.

Nice footage though, fair play.
Dave Hewitt - on 12 Jan 2017
In reply to Sean Kelly:

To see someone doing it at a rate of knots, here's the video of the great Colin Donnelly's Welsh 3000ers record (which I believe was a reconstruction of the actual record run). The Crib Goch section is from 1m 50s: http://www.vimeo.com/79447455
Chris Harris - on 12 Jan 2017
In reply to Sean Kelly:

http://www.ukclimbing.com/videos/play.php?i=1872

2:00 to 2:30

That's how you do it.
Welsh Kate - on 13 Jan 2017
In reply to Chris Harris:

I actually think his descent into Cwm Glas is more impressive than the traverse of Crib Goch!
Wow!
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Moley on 13 Jan 2017
In reply to Chris Harris:

Great isn't it, reminds me I learnt my DVD of it (birth of extreme) to friend, time to fetch it back.

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