Hot new climbing guides!
North Wales has always been a popular destination for active climbers, but this year it will be the
place to be, as a trio of inspiring new climbing guides hit the shops, just in time for the traditionally busy Easter holidays.
Firstly, the North Wales Bouldering / Bowldro Gogledd Cymru
guide, secondly and thirdly revamps of the Llanberis
and the Clogwyn Du’r Arddu
guide are due out any day now.
The Snowdonia Nights Out Gazette
If you are looking for a great night out in Snowdonia, check out the The Snowdonia Nights Out Gazette.
The 2nd Llanberis Mountain Film Festival will take place over the weekend of 27th-29th Feb 2004. This year sees an impressive range of films (incorporating the 'Best of Kendal'), speakers and exhibitions, plus a host of interesting side show events, such as a trade show and a climbing competition.
Llanddwyn Island - The Pathway to Love?
Legend recounts the link between Ynys Llanddwyn and Dwynwen, the patron Saint of Welsh Lovers. St Dwynwen’s day is celebrated on Sunday 25th January and access to this tranquil natural sanctuary has never been better with recent improvements to footpaths on the Island.
New book ideas
Check out our reviews of two new outdoor books, fresh on the market: Invisible on Everest and the Climber’s Club Cwm Silyn and Cwellyn guide
More book ideas
Al Leary reviews the newly published Climbers' Club Cwm Silyn and Cwellyn guide.
Beach break on the Lleyn Peninsula
Porth Oer on the Lleyn Peninsula is a fantastic, family friendly beach; it even has some top quality bouldering and can give excellent surf at high tide.
10 questions that need an answer now!
Check out this simple Yes/ No questionaire.
Need a Rest Day? Then Get Back to Nature
After all that strenuous activity in the hills, what about a relaxing day on the beach?
Family Rest Day at The Sea Zoo
Anglesey Sea Zoo is an inspiring and award-winning establishment on the edge of the Menai Straits.
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