Part 4 – 15 Peaks – No Messing

If you go to the trouble to shave your legs and know your FTP power in watts then you are probably a pretty keen cyclist. Which means that by most peoples standards, you are pretty fit. Lots of people who go to the gym lots are also pretty fit, as are many footballers, 10k runners …

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Part 3 – Snow in Snowdonia – What not to pack on a winter walk

You've probably all seen those photos with a silhouetted figure looking out across some high alpine ridge, snow everywhere and a slogan about ambition or achievement or standing tall or that you should 'go to your dream'. I get the impression that rather than actually wishing to climb mountains in the winter, most of the …

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Off the grid in Wales – Bothies and Babyhead.

Another Sunday afternoon discussion in a pub. Two friends letting their imaginations run away with themselves. Wouldn't it be good to just disappear into the wilderness for a few days? Go somewhere really wild, where you won't see anyone, where there is no phone signal and no car headlights lights on the horizon. No fences, no rules, no …

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4 Cyclists in a Van – 100 Greatest Climbs Wales Edition

The van was visible above the ugly fence panels. Parked across the block of prefabricated garages and illuminated by the orange streetlight it looked pretty big. Feargal was hungry and therefore angry. Ollie had a rough day at work and also hadn't eaten. I had spent the afternoon scouring Strava and making a list of …

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