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Adventures for Beginners – February

We’re often approached by people worried about their fitness, and about whether they’ll hold the group up on the walks. We always tell them there’s no need to worry, we always go at the pace of the slowest, and the […]

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What are the five peaks?

Within the UK and Ireland, there are 5 peaks that are iconic, simply because they are the highest in their respective region, or country. To […]

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Why go walking in Snowdonia?

Of all the famous walking destinations in Britain, it is perhaps Snowdonia that has the greatest mix of history, myth and legend. Encompassing the mountains, […]

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A summer’s day up Snowdon

The rain lashed down as we assembled in Treks Bunkhouse in the Vale of Ffestiniog for a weekend getaway, and Snowdon itself was our Saturday objective. Despite the lack of any views from the bunkhouse, we settled down to dinner […]

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A day out in Cumbrian Limestone

If you’ve visited the Lake District, you’ll be familiar with the essentially rocky nature of the place. Soaring peaks, dark crags, and a rough look […]

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Our first Summer Solstice wild camp

The intense heat and constant sunshine of mid-June was the prequel as we gathered in Snowdonia for our first Summer Solstice Wild Camp. The idea was simple, to spend the night out in the hills, camping far from any facilities […]

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Coming wild camping?

Choose the right tent! You’re going to want a proper hill-walkers tent, rather than something you might use at a festival. So it’s got to […]

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A springtime guided walk up Cadair Idris

The mist drifted slowly up the Vale of Ffestiniog. Where we had been standing in the sun looking over the hills on a beautiful Friday evening, now dusk had fallen and the rain had come in. The valley, facing West, […]

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