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Snowdonia's biggest party returns for 2016

Last March saw the Llanberis Mountain Film Festival (LLAMFF) relaunch with huge success, selling nearly 1,000 tickets. Over 40 different films were shown at three local venues over three fantastic festival evenings, and all facilitated by an energetic team of local volunteers.  This year the festival is back, bigger and better than ever. Kicking it all off on Friday 4th...

  • 10 February 2016 11:12 | LLAMFF
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Osprey - Behind the Design

Osprey Behind the Design

  • 10 February 2016 09:53 | Osprey
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Walking/hiking

Every year we love going to the lakes for our holidays,what's the difference between walking and hiking or are the both the same

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Loch Lomond Camping Ban- Join The Protest

 I'm looking to raise awareness of the ban on wild camping in Loch Lomond and Trossach National Park which will be introduced in 2017.


I've set up a Facebook page to help co-ordinate some sort of action.

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    Nortec Trail Micro-Crampon (2016)

    Features%X91The World%X92s lightest quick fit crampon%X92, Nortec Trail Micro-Crampons weigh 189g, making them great for stashing in a rucksack just in case. The spikes are short, but at least there are spikes %X96 14 of them in two batches of seven at the forefoot and heel. Metal cables link the spikes to the elastomer frame that fits onto the boot....

    • 05 February 2016 16:30 | admin
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    Kahtoola Microspikes (2016)

    FeaturesKahtoola Microspikes were designed for running on snow. They have 12 spikes that are 1cm long, linked by a chain that connects to a rubber cradle that holds the spikes to your footwear. In this latest version the rubber is a new material for increased durability and reduced weight. They don%X92t get an additional top webbing strap to secure them...

    • 05 February 2016 16:28 | admin
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    Hillsound Trail Crampon (2016)

    FeaturesA set of 11 spikes that are 1cm in length provide the grip. Those spikes are attached to a front hinged cradle and a rear cradle, and this prevents the spikes from splaying apart, which in turn improves grip. A metal chain links the spike sections to the rubber skeleton that fits around the boot. An additional webbing strap on...

    • 05 February 2016 16:27 | admin
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    Snowline Snowspikes Pro (2016)

    FeaturesSnowline makes the Snowspikes Pro at %XA340 (featured here) and the very similar Snowspikes Light at %XA350, which weigh only 267g compared to the 410g of this model. The Pros have 11 spikes that are 1cm long, and a metal chain connects them to the rubber cradle that fits onto the boot. There is no top strap to hold them...

    • 05 February 2016 16:26 | admin
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    Ice Trekkers Diamond Grip (2016)

    FeaturesGrip is provided by a series of 34 rotating beads, each with eight spikes that are 2mm deep. These beads are attached to a pair of steel cables, which allow the beads to rotate. Finally the wire cable is linked to the rubber cradle by a metal chain. The weight is good at 328g (pair, size L), but the Ice...

    • 05 February 2016 16:25 | admin
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    Grivel Spider (2016)

    FeaturesThe Grivel Spider is an %X91instep crampon%X92 so it leaves the toe and heel areas exposed. The polyamide frame has 10 metal spikes that are 5mm long and these sit on small moulded sections that give an extra 5mm of depth, to give total penetration of 10mm. Webbing straps hold the gripper to the sole of the boot and that...

    • 05 February 2016 16:22 | admin
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    Yaktrax Pro (2016)

    FeaturesGrip comes from a metal coil that is wrapped around a rubber frame that stretches around the boot. The metal coil is made of 1mm diameter wire and this sits about 3mm above the frame, so in effect you have lots of little 3mm deep grips. You don%X92t get the deep spikes of higher-priced options though. A webbing strap across...

    • 05 February 2016 16:21 | admin
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