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Monthly Archives: November 2013

Winter conditions – Wetherlam wild camp

Bad idea… very bad idea… That’s all I was saying whilst being blown up Wetherlam last week. It was brutally cold and the ice was becoming more and more prevalent as I stumbled around searching for my head torch. The weight of my Osprey Exos 46 was burning as I had decided to bring my mountain tent as opposed to … Continue reading

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The How and Why of Walking Poles

Poles help improve stability on steep or loose ground, they can take a huge amount of pressure off the knees, hips and back and can also aid balance particularly when carrying heavy loads – they are not just a tool for the oldies! All the poles we stock will collapse down, making them easy to carry and with various accessories … Continue reading

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The winter conditions blog is back!

Snow has fallen on the tops so it’s time to resurrect our winter conditions report; we’ll be posting on our blog as often as our staff and athletes get out on the hill, to bring you a firsthand account of how dangerous/scary/gnarly/awesome the conditions are. To start us off, Daniel chose yesterday to try his first ascent of Sharp Edge … Continue reading

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