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dilps

dilps

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twiglegs

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Glyn.

Hi Glyn.

 

  • 16 April 2014 16:57 | twiglegs
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Anonymous

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Win a Mountain Hardwear Optic Vue 2.5 tent

For a panoramic camping experience, this new tent from Mountain Hardwear might just make your year... When camping in the hills, how much of the attraction is the view? We%X92d wager it%X92s quite a big part. So what sense does it make to set down, pitch up, and then %X96 just as you relax %X96 shut it away? That%X92s where this...

Blind

Blind

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Hammerfeather

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rogerbull

rogerbull

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Jam800

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Access to Cwm Cywion via Bwlch y Cywion???

Hi Guys,

I was wondering if anyone has any knowledge as to the accessibility of Cwm Cywion (SH632605), North of Y Garn, from Bwlch y Cywion (SH628609)?

It looks like it may be possible to descend into the Cwm but the map suggests there is a boundary to be to negotiated first. Can this be done, or is it better to avoid the descent completely from this ridge and attack the Cwm from Idwal cottage?

Thanks in advance,

Steve

  • 16 April 2014 11:56 | Jam800
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Anonymous

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Coigach - Assynt Living Landscape partners warn of the danger of fires

Fires in the countryside can be devastating to wildlife and vegetation and can threaten livelihoods. Whilst fire can be carefully used as a management tool by landmanagers, or be part of a camping experience, if out of control or started accidentally it can be disastrous. Viv Halcrow, project manager of CALL, a far-sighted land management partnership in the northwest, urges...

  • 16 April 2014 10:21 | LFTO
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Coigach - Assynt Living Landscape partners warn of the danger of fires

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LFTO, 16 April 2014 10:17

Fires in the countryside can be devastating to wildlife and vegetation and can threaten livelihoods. Whilst fire can be carefully used as a management tool by landmanagers, or be part...

sg512

sg512

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jeffandkathleen

jeffandkathleen

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Anonymous

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Easter warning for hill climbers

Hill walkers are being urged not to get caught out by weather or late, icy snow patches in the hills With the Easter weekend approaching, many will be planning trips to the Scottish mountains %X96 for some their first visit of the year. But, while the sun has been shining this week, it%X92s not yet summer in the mountains. Mountain safety expert Heather...

  • 15 April 2014 17:26 | LFTO
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Easter warning for hill climbers

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LFTO, 15 April 2014 17:24

Hill walkers are being urged not to get caught out by weather or late, icy snow patches in the hills With the Easter weekend approaching, many will be planning trips...

Iain78

Iain78

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olireed

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The North Face aluminium 0.6L Sigg bottle

This clearly isn't a new product. In fact it's probably the most famous drinking bottle in the world. What's more, most people reading this blog probably already own one.

But don't you just love them?

I've owned three aluminium Sigg bottles over the last decade and loved every single one of them. I lost the first one, lent the second to a friend who never gave it back, and have battered and beaten the third one into near submission over the last few years - but it's still going strong.

The beauty of Sigg bottles is their simplicity. They're made ...

  • 15 April 2014 16:44 | olireed
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SiIngram

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Discussion - The Future Landscape

An old potato that warrants re-stoking given recent news...
...but being outdoors-loving folk, how do we all feel about this?

www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-27012684

All for it? Kinda like the look of windfarms and on board with their motive?

Or aghast at the potential forests of turbines destined to clutter our mountains?
Clearly something must be done. Does anyone dare mention the 'n' word (that is, 'nuclear...')

Let us know your thoughts on this!

 

  • 15 April 2014 16:43 | SiIngram
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JulianBlazeby

JulianBlazeby

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parkpd

parkpd

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KSlayer

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Pebblehead938

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grahamneish

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