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On The Ground Reporting

  • Monday 14 January

    Instructor Paul Warnock – Navigation – The Horns Pen y Pass

    Colder today, squally showers, cooler weather this afternoon.

    Instructor Dave Evans – Sport Climbing – Castle Inn

    Lovely in the sun, rock is bone dry anywhere sheltered and friction is great at the moment. Wrap up warm, take an extra belay jacket and maybe some hand warmers and a hot flask for the moments in the shade.

  • Thursday 10 January

    Chris Evans – Sea Kayaking – Trearddur bay

    No wind, no rain, flat calm, but overcast. Dropping tides. Wrap up warm and remember your windproofs.


  • Wednesday 9 January

    Senior Instructor Mike Raine – Hiking – Moel Berfedd

    Beautifully clear and crisp day, underfoot remains damp despite little rain so far this year. Rock is dry however, so possible climbing on sunny rock. Rain predicted for early tomorrow which will make summits difficult above freezing level with possible verglas.

  • Tuesday 8 January

    Instructor Paul Warnock – Hiking – Tryfan

    Cold northerly airflow, good scrambling conditions on rocks dried by the wind. Damp conditions found on east face above 800m. Some cloud on the summits. Might be good to pack an extra later and windproofs are essential to take the chill off.

  • Monday 7 January

    Instructor Paul Warnock – Hiking – Crimpiau

    Some good showers this afternoon with gusts of wind up to 60mph on exposed hills. Very wet!

  • Sun 6 January

    Senior Instructor Mike Raine – Hiking – Crimpiau

    Distinct difference between sunny and shady aspects. Much damper where the sun doesn’t reach so can be muddy and slippery in the shade. No changes to paths to report.