The weather forecast was poor for the weekend, but this did not deter a brave 12 who decided that as always North Wales was worth the risk. We knew winter conditions were unlikely and high winds a probability, but some excellent walking and scrambling beckoned. The crampons and ice axes were stowed once again ready […]
Authors Jan and Phil Morris. Leonidio is a small Greek town (pop 4000 ish) surrounded by market gardens and close to numerous beaches. In summer the area is popular for sailing but in winter it is visited by climbers. There are numerous crags within walking distance and within easy driving distance. We were climbing there […]
With the arrival of the main group and the [boziˈgran] / [bɵˈzigrən] balance restored, Saturday saw us take it back to the 50s with non-stop classics. Me and Gwenver climbed the ledges of Ledge Climb and Vianney and Luke climbed the rib of Alison Rib. Andrew climbed Victor and Richard, or possibly the other way around. Luke topped out Big Top with Big Matt, while on Little Brown Jug I grabbed the medium sized jug, and later, the big ones.
welcome to our autumn newsletter 🙂 The club has had a busy summer of meets and individual trips. Week-night climbing continued through the summer at various venues, both sport and trad (traffic depending) until it got too dark to make it viable. Sadly we are retreating back indoors for our weeknight climbing now, although it […]