Tuesday, 22nd April 2014 by Pete
In common with last year Easter’s weather in 2014 was super sunny, however, in 2013 it was freezing and perfect for Scottish winter climbing (although granted Easter was a little bit later this year). Either way, sunny weather means climbing of one sort or another…
Saturday, 5th April 2014 by Pete
Two views on evolution… Which one do you like best?
Sunday, 30th March 2014 by Pete
Dave and I enjoyed a wonderful summer-like day climbing on Raven Crag East in Langdale today. In weather like this the Lakes has to be one of the most beautiful places on Earth...
Monday, 24th March 2014 by Pete
I sat on top, damp and cold, Laetitia stood at the bottom (wrapped in her duvet and waterproof jackets), wondering what to do next ... the rock dried off ...
Monday, 17th March 2014 by Pete
We enjoyed our rideout in the Yorkshire Dales so much a few weeks ago that we chose that venue again on Sunday.
Sunday, 9th March 2014 by Pete
After a weekend climbing gritstone in the Peak District my shoulders are tired. It seems that unlike crimpy rock like limestone, and even our local volcanic Lakeland rock, grit involves a far more all over body contribution. Specifically, finger strength is my usual weakness and my forearms are normally where I get pumped first, however, […]
Sunday, 23rd February 2014 by Pete
I can hardly believe that yesterday was dry, sunny even! But it was cold and windy so instead of a trip to the indoor climbing wall on such a nice day we decided our fitness levels were in need of some attention.
Sunday, 9th February 2014 by Pete
Our last day of skiing before returning home to flooded and wind swept Blighty was a fun mini ski tour from the top of the lift system at Le Tour down to Trient….