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Sealskinz Gloves – Review

One of the issues I face when walking, especially in the mountains of Wales is the rain and keeping as dry as possible.  One of the areas I found suffered the most was my hands.  I tend to wear thin gloves so when scrambling and clambering over rocks I have as good a grip as […]

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Trespass Tarmachan 2 Man Tent and Doze 3 Season Sleeping Bag – Review

As most of you will have guessed by now, I like to go hiking and climb mountains…but one problem I’ve always experienced is the long distance between home and my favourite hiking spot, Wales…especially when only visiting for the weekend. To overcome the need to rush a mountain climb in on the Sunday and then […]

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Hiking Moel Siabod in Photos

I recently hiked up Moel Siabod in Wales, but as it was mine and my friends first time hiking this mountain I don’t feel I can adequately advise on the best routes etc. Instead what I will tell you is that it’s a great mountain to tackle if you want to move away from the […]

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Hiking Devils Kitchen to Glyders and Tryfan – Snowdonia Wales

Having done the typical UK climbs, like Snowdon, Scafell Pike and Ben Nevis, I wanted to start exploring the many other mountains that the UK has to offer. The first set of mountains I wanted to explore was the Glyders and Tryfan in Wales. The starting point for this hike is Ogwen Warden Centre, Nant […]

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Family Holiday in Borth – Wales

During the summer holiday and after our stay at The Elms Hotel we moved onto Borth in Wales for our annual caravan holiday with Park Resorts!  Wales has a bit of a reputation for having poor weather, so before we went we checked the weather forecasts and made plans on what we would do in […]

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