Aiguilles Crochues, Voie Ravanel

Thursday, 28th August 2014 by
Laetitia on top of Aiguilles Crochues (2840m)Today it was sunny, so we went rock climbing!

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Brilliant Weather = Lots of Adventures

Monday, 23rd June 2014 by
Pete starting out on Arc de TriomphThe weather this past week has been glorious! In between working and gardening I have tried my hardest to get out and enjoy it…

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Clogwyn y Grochan

Monday, 16th June 2014 by
Colin on the test-piece route Wind at Clogwyn y GrochanAfter providing support and photographic services to Laetitia and Vicky at the Great North Swim in Windermere on Saturday morning it was time for me to high-tail it to North Wales for a CC committee meeting.

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Great Close Scar

Monday, 9th June 2014 by
Great Close Scar, MalhamLast weekend we went across to Yorkshire to sample more rock climbing on the lovely limestone crags. We’d chosen Great Close Scar right next to Malham Tarn.

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Laetitia enjoying Mandrake at Quayfoot ButtressWe had plans to get several household chores, gardening, and decorating jobs done over the bank holiday weekend. This seemed like a perfect plan as the weather forecast was less than hopefully.

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Gimme even more Sunshine

Wednesday, 21st May 2014 by
Terry admires the never ending expanse of crags from the top.After exploring the some trad climbing on Tenerife a few weeks ago, it seemed logical to do the same for Gran Canaria, which we did the other week.

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Lower Falcon Crag

Friday, 16th May 2014 by
Steve and Gus on Stretch at Lower Falcon Crag, BorrowdaleWednesday was the first of this summer’s CC evening climbing meets in the Lakes. Thankfully the weather was perfect – sunny, warm, and of course dry. Hooray! Strangely with such lovely conditions only a select gang bothered to turn up. I wonder if it was the choice of venue? Lower Falcon Crag in Borrowdale is […]

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Pete walking through the meadow on the way towards Dalle a Bournet at Secteur Vallon de Van.Sunday arrived as perfect as forecasted – wall to wall sunshine. But instead of jumping on the first lift up to the Aiguille du Midi to bag a rock route, we decided to let the sun do it’s stuff and hopefully melt any snowy ledges while we hopped over the border to Switzerland.

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