Monthly Archive: April 2017

Apr 27

2 Wednesday Walks have swopped their dates!! Now as shown on the Calendar.

3rd May is now from Mam Tor CP via Lose Hill, Crookstone Knoll, Ringing Roger, Edale and back to Mam Nick 10.5 led by Richard Evans. 10th May is now from Calton Lees 259685 via Rowsley, Stanton Moor, Darley Dale, Beeley and back to Calton Lees 11m led by Ian Wasson.

Apr 25

New Mills Torrs – Wednesday 26th April

Just a reminder about tomorrow’s evening meet. OK, I admit that the Torrs is not slabby but it is the only place in the area where you can trad climb, sport climb, boulder, and traverse (what a traverse!) even when it is raining (and it might well be). I guarantee it won’t be as windy …

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Apr 20

Further Beudy bookings

Robin Illingworth intends bringing a raiding party from Cumbria over the weekend of 22/23 July and possibly the following couple of days; about 10 people he reckons. Make/adjust your plans accordingly.

Apr 17

Beudy bookings update

Just a heads up for your Summer holiday planning. Mike Zeidan has provisionally booked 10 spaces at Beudy for the weekend of 8/9 July.

Apr 12

Beudy bookings – correction. Geoff Gosling has informed me that his Meet has been moved from29/30 July to 12/13 August.



Apr 12

Beudy bookings update

Well, not much has changed since my last post. There are about half a dozen folk in over the Easter weekend. George Coombe intends going down next week and Andy Scott will be there on the 26th of April. In May we have our old friends the OBEC group who have booked the whole hut …

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Apr 09

New meet: Dolomites in September.

Exact dates not fixed at the moment, up to a fortnight doing via ferrata starting at Madonna di Campiglio and staying in huts in the Brenta. Email me for a meet sheet for route with internet links to various websites with route description including photos. Small party up to 8.

Apr 08

Hobson Moor – and the Wednesday Evening Meets are underway

The ‘official’ climbing season got underway with the first Wednesday evening meet of the year, at Hobby by tradition. Despite the spring weather earlier in the month, it was all looking a bit green, and the biting wind wasn’t helping. Nonetheless, Hobby was rammed as we’d managed to double book the place with a Karabiner …

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