Squamish and Vancouver

Thursday, 13th August 2015 by
Pete on the traverse of WonderlandAfter a short stay in Whitehorse it was time to catch our flight back to Vancouver and head out to Squamish.

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Whitehorse and Yukon Rock

Thursday, 13th August 2015 by
The spectacular off-grid Aurora CabinWhitehorse is the last bit of normal civilisation we passed through on the way out the Cirque of the Unclimbables, and it feels like it, with the qualities one associates with an old style frontier town.

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The Cirque of the Unclimbables

Thursday, 13th August 2015 by
Pete and Laetitia on route to the Lotus Flower TowerThe much anticipated flight from Inconnu Lodge to Glacier Lake was fantastic! Although the weather was far from perfect – we flew through, or round, a number of storms.

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Journey from the UK to Canada’s Yukon

Thursday, 13th August 2015 by
Laetitia and Ted ready to leave Inconnu Lorge for the Cirque of the UnclimbablesWe are finally back from our massive adventure to Canada where we visited Fairy Meadows in the Cirque of the Unclimbables to attempt one of the world’s best alpine rock climbs, the Lotus Flower Tower.

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Steve striding out left towards the 2nd (and best) pitch of Flat Crags ClimbThis past couple of weeks I seem to have fallen in with a gang of rather dubious Arc’teryx t-shirt grabbers…

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Guidebook Launch & Goats Crag

Tuesday, 30th June 2015 by
The new Lake District Rock guidebookLast Friday evening was the official guidebook launch party for the new Lake District Rock guidebook published under the new Wired Guides brand by the FRCC.

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Borrowdale Guidebook Work

Tuesday, 30th June 2015 by
Pete on the crux of Mandrake at Quayfoot ButtresssOn Tuesday I went out with Steve, Andy, and Richard to try and get a few missing action photos for the forthcoming Borrowdale guidebook…

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Dave, Zac, and Pete go for Walkies

Tuesday, 30th June 2015 by
Pete, Zac, and Dave on top of Cold PikeDave visited us for a couple of days this week. He’s recovering from a broken wrist from falling off his motor bike so we couldn’t climb, cave, or scramble and were restricted to hill walking. Which of course was fine as far as Zac was concerned!

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