Nov 10 07
We travelled to North Wales at the weekend to celebrate the publication of the new CC Tremadog guidebook.
Loads of people were invited and despite the terrible rain loads turned up too!
After the food, partying, celebrations, speeches, and booze we headed outside to mark the publication with a bang – and to enjoy a day-late bonfire night – with a few mega fireworks! Amazingly, as if by providence, the rain had stopped and the fireworks were amazing echoing of the hills at Pen y Pass and illuminating the whole of the Llanberis pass.
After the firework fun and games, and having categorically proven once and for all (again) that climbers are just big (but very brave ) kids, we headed back in to the Caban for more booze and photographs…
Sunday, with heavy hung over heads, we ventured out in to a brilliant blue-sky sunshine day! Albeit there was a heavy covering of snow on the tops… Richard was so excited that he headed off for a winter conditions traverse of Crib Goch without crampons and axe – I expect that was very exciting! We opted for rock climbing at one of the sunnier cliffs described in the Tremadog guidebook; Moel y Gest.
Series - Tremadog
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