Ticklists: Scrambles in Snowdonia - Steve Ashton.
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
Jeremy Lander / Fred London
In descent and ascent on checking steps. Also descended and ascended most of Gully too. Like the nifty quartz slab.
And we went back down it as well! A bit of ML logbook time with the rope out occasionally as well.
|Vicky L||06/Jun||Solo O/S|
|Vicky L||06/Jun||2nd rpt||
climbed down had a rope for just one move near the bottom
Windy and wet.
Teaching on day 1 of AJSMEL. Wet and greasy.
A fair bit of sloppy snow but not really a winter route.
As a descent after Wrinkled Tower
|Mick Riley||24/Sep/11||2nd O/S||
Very wet and slippery
Heavy rain and strong winds as I lead two students (Tony & Craig) up this scramble to thye summit with a view to descending the North Ridge. A good day out in bad weather!
Used as a descent after grooved arete
|Tom Lee-Field||03/Aug/11||2nd O/S|
Rosie Henstock, Martin G
Done as intro to grade 2 with only noticeable grade 2 near top of grooves with Ashton's high 'jammed right foot', though not sure I could follow his description beyond the 'vague fork'.
Good scramble but a bit wet!
John Howell-Walmsley, Cath Howell-Walmsley
Wet and windy first scramble after shoulder op.
It was a stream when I went up it, but still good fun.
Lead with Bangor Uni Walking Club. Ice in grooves, snow in gully.