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On The Ground Reporting

  • Tue 11 December

    Ogwen Mountain Rescue – Tryfan East Face

    Ogwen MRT – Warning. Large unstable boulder reported, approx 50m above Little & North gully, Tryfan East Face. OVMRO have let the National Park know

    We don’t have specific or pictures yet and it sounds like it would be pretty serious if it went.

  • Wed 5 December

    Instructor Helen Teasdale – Hiking – Moel Siabod

    One of the wettest days in a long while.. very greasy underfoot.

  • Tue 4 December

    Instructor Helen Teasdale – Hiking – Snowdon

    Rime ice above 950m, with only the summit frozen underfoot.

  • Thursday 29 November

    Instructor Spike Green – Paddling – Snowdonia

    Great levels on the Conwy, lower Nant y Gwryd and lower Ogwen. Ground well hydrated. Weekend could be good for river paddlers…. but check. Amazingly, no trees down!

  • Tuesday 27 November

    Instructor Dave Evans – Navigation – Cnicht

    Very windy on Cnicht today with torrential rain. Super greasy underfoot. River water levels surprisingly low considering the rainfall. Waterproof gear and grippy footwear necessary, and now that the sunset is near its earliest, remember a head torch even for day trips as any delay could nudge you into walking in the dark.

  • Monday 26 November

    Alex Kay –  Hiking and Scrambling – Moel Siabod/Cwm Idwal

    Areas visited on 24/25th Nov respectively. Both areas are generally a little greasy in places after the recent snow has thawed due to warmer weather. Still very cold and the light is fading early, so warm & waterproof clothing, head torches and personal safety kit is a must.