Sunday, 20th May 2007 by Ian
The forecast was atrocious, and of course wildly inaccurate!
Sunday, 20th May 2007 by David
Dave's latest project wins the award for the most substantial picnic table...
Saturday, 19th May 2007 by Pete
It was wet today! So wet that we almost stayed home and looked out of the windows wishing we were more dedicated... Are we just fair weather climbers?
Thursday, 17th May 2007 by David
Dave was volunteered by work (yes, it was a jolly) to stand by Long Churn Cave, to help a film crew in a helicopter locate Upper Long Churn cave for the forthcoming BBC series on caving with Kate Humble and some other guy...
Thursday, 17th May 2007 by Rachel
Richard Dearden and I embarked on the mini- Lowe Alpine Mountain Marathon on Thursday. This event was organised as part of the Keswick Mountain Festival; starting from near Lattrig in Keswick, the idea was to find as many of the 19 control as possible in 4 hours. These were spread throughout the valley and hills […]
Sunday, 13th May 2007 by Pete
Sunday dawned dry - a bonus, it was supposed to rain! But with a forecast for rain from the south around lunch time we opted for a trip to Paul's local crag, Wharncliffe...
Saturday, 12th May 2007 by Pete
Paul and I had planned a trip to Scotland, but the weather forecast was very poor. Such a shame after the weeks of sunny weather we've been having recently. But, not to be deprived of our sport completely I headed down to the Peak to join Paul for some climbing on my least favoured rock; Grit! It seems to me that grit is either steep and strenuous or unprotected...