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Meet organiser: Mark Ward
Sharpen your axes and limber up those legs for some big winter adventures.
Meet Organiser: Sue Street & Maria Goggin
This year we are combining the ever popular Winter Walks with the Winter Lecture series to deliver a spectacular Social Sunday! Either head out for the walk or boulder before food at the pub and some evening entertainment from a guest speaker.
Winter Walk: TBA
Meet at 10.00am for a 10.30am start. Walks are normally 7-10 miles with plenty of pit stops. Walks usually finish at approximately 4.30pm.
Indoor Climbing: The Depot, Manchester
Arrive anytime after midday and stay as long as your arms will last!
Winter Lecture & Food: The Norfolk Arms, Marple Bridge
The pub is expecting us to arrive after 5.00pm for food with the talk getting underway around 6.00 to 6.30pm. Here’s some info about the speaker:
Tom Livingstone is climber and writer based in North Wales. He loves trad and alpine climbing and has recently exceled himself by climbing the North (impossible) Ridge of Latok I in Pakistan. A second ascent of that peak and a first from that side. Pretty impressive.
As well as being rather good at climbing Tom writes beautifully and talks eloquently about his adventures. He is an affable chap, and is doing this lecture for us as a bit of a special favour (he joined the Mynydd on a Lundy trip a few years back) – so we should consider ourselves pretty lucky! Get it in your diaries now so as not to miss out!
Work on Saturday, a music jam in the evening and then out to play on Sunday.
Meet organiser: Jules Lane
Come along and meet the Mynydd before the outdoor climbing season begins.
Meet organiser: David Kirsfelds
We’re starting off the trad climbing meets with a visit to this classic crag.
Meet organiser: Rob Pettener
The return to Lands End in Cornwall this Easter. British summer time will be with us, so it will be hot. If you haven’t sorted Easter yet this is your chance to get some proper sunshine. People however don’t believe me and to this end I have yielded to pressure and sort information on the popular Sea View Caravan Park at Sennan. Apparently, a group of 17 climbers have already booked. Alright showed an interest. Please make arrangements directly with the park.
Classic Climbs (Bosigran, Sennan, Chair Ladder, Lands End), Esoterica, Coastal Walking, Beaches, Surfing, Sunbathing, Cream Teas, Great Ale, Great Company. The usual tourist places to visit. And it’s usually not that busy in April.
Guidebooks / Maps
Plenty of choice here from the updated specific CC guides to Rockfax and general south coast.
Land’s End & Isles of Scilly 203 – Landranger 1:50 000 scale
Penzance & St Ives 102 – Explorer 1:25 000 scale
The Tides are better for effective cliffs as the week goes on. Still plenty of crags above the sea though. Use the link below and select Penznace
£360 to £390 per week, check one the park website for details.
Tents / Tin Tents:
£12 per night
£2 pppn 12 years old and under
£4 electric hook up per night
Meet organiser: Jules Lane
Interested in joining the Mynydd? Come along for a climb and a chinwag.
Meet organiser: Andy Hardy
Trad, sport, single pitch and multi pitch, this venue has it all.