A Piece of Tryfan

A spontaneous trip to north Wales this weekend provided much entertainment and a much needed break from work (Don’t tell the manager!!). Myself and climbing partner Ben, headed south, and with the forecast looking so bleak, scrambles and wet trudges were foremost in our minds. However, in true mountain fashion, the forecast turned out to be totally wrong. After a … Continue reading

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Favourite Walks – Scout Scar

We all have favourite walks and areas. Places we know so well but always seem to draw us back. There is always the chance of some undiscovered view or new quality of light that promises to completely change the way you see your old faithful hill. For me, over the past couple of years, it has been Scout Scar above … 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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