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Friday, 24 October 2014

Summer 2014, North Wales - Rock Climbing and Coasteering.

What a glorious summer! I have spent plenty of time in the sea and on the rock. Lots of work in North Wales with a big mix of groups and ages having it in the outdoors. Here are some pictures when I could take the camera out and a short gorge movie.

Lleyn Peninsula, Charlies Point, Wylfa Corner - quality line and climb.
Parliament House Cave, get in!
Steve, climbing steep Bird Rock, Daisy Belle.
Matt, he doesn't think its steep!
Alternative Castel Ellin view!
Cristina loves abseiling off massive overhanging cliffs!
Coasteering North Stack, Gogarth.
Big Jumps on the South Stack traverse.
Aaron getting involved in some esoteric Ester Island Gully, Gogarth action.
Easter Island Gully, Gogarth.
Fallen Block Crack, high up on Crib y Ddysgol.
Mad for it MOD guys, take on the Gogarth North Stack coasteering experience!
Glyders, Llanberis Pass, Crib Goch.
Lleyn Peninsula, we found some less crumbly rock to abseil off, instead of linking gorse stumps and rabbits holes together!
Main Wall, Classic Rock.

Matt still loves jumping!
South Stack Lighthouse.
Sssshhh, evening stealth climb at Craig y Forwyn!

The Corner, Cloggy, very dry for a change.
Deep in the innards of Wen Zawn.
Wen Zawn shinanigans.

A little look into a Gorge (Canyon) flowing from Snowdon.
Sliding Down Snowdon Movie

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