21 October 2011
Whats not to like?
Next on my list I think is Cyfrwy Arete on Cader Idris. 12 pitches of mixed mountaineering and climbing. a full day out and a really striking line. I have wanted to do this for a good few years now, ever since I drove past Cader Idris on the way to the Rhinogs. Oh and if you want some of the best, little known ridgewalking in the UK try the Rhinogs . It blurs the line between climbing and mountaineering and looks like a truly grand day out. Anybody fancy a trip to the Pricipality with a Prince?
Posted by Dave Prince
About the Author
Dave has been climbing rocks for as long as he can remember, odd then that he isn't better at it. He lives in Harrogate as he can't afford to live any closer to Almscliff. He is hoping to get up Pebble Wall before his middle aged knees give out.
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