The first in our new series of interviews with climbers and mountaineers, talking about their passion for the outdoors and describing some of their favourite routes.
St Curig’s Church is a quirky and wonderful self-catering property in the heart of Snowdonia. A great place to stay for a training or teambuilding weekend, a first aid course or an outdoorsy stag or hen do. It’s probably true to say that there’s nowhere else quite like this in Snowdonia. Ancient and modern stylishly combine in this beautiful home set within a 19th century church in the village of Capel Curig.
A new website, Outdoor North Wales, has just launched and is intended as a guide to the best outdoors places that North Wales has to offer.
Reimagined, and coming this spring, the Llanberis Mountain Film Festival (LLAMFF) is going to be bigger and better than ever! In the heart of North Wales’ mountain culture, the home of many great mountaineers, and where traditional climbing is pure and often serious. A plethora of steep terrain, torrents of water, and some of the best climbing and scrambling, Snowdonia …