Clay / 75

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Steve / 41

Ross / 31

Will / 23

CatO / 22

Will Bourne / 18

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Becky / 13

Louise / 10

Dylan / 9

Rob W-M / 9

Steve Gibbs / 8

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Tom Carvell / 7

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St. Gilgen, Salzkammergut
Jul 16th 2018


One final outing with Will, this time some multi-pitch sport climbing on the mighty Plombergstein above St. Gilgen.

Kleiner Barmsteine
Jul 15th 2018

South ridge of the Barmsteine

As a consolation for our failures on the Großglockner, Will and I stopped by at the Kleiner Barmsteine on our way home. The south ridge was a very fun new way up to a summit I know well.

Großglockner, Austria
Jul 15th 2018

No luck on the Großglockner

Will and I first aimed for the Glocknerwand überschreitung, then switched to the Stüdlgrat as the weather window closed, before finally turning back in the early morning with storms on the horizon and bad weather all around. Not all trips to the mountains are successful.

Postalm, Salzkammergut
Jul 13th 2018

Postalm Klettersteig

Will missed his flight to Munich, because he's an idiot, but we managed to salvage the rest of the first day with a very fast lap of the Postalm Klettersteig. It winds a course up a very aesthetic and moody gorge, quite different to most other routes I've done to date.

Creagan Coire Cha-no, Cairngorms
Feb 11th 2017

Jenga Buttress

On my annual winter trip to visit Will in Aberdeen, we decided to follow Simon Richardson's advice and chase the ephemeral over to Jenga Buttress on Creagan Coire Cha-no. In proper Scottish conditions I was thankful for Maverick to help us locate the abseil. The route and crag fully deserves a trip over from the car park although it is not recommended if grade III is your limit - as our two hours stood on a belay behind a somewhat nervous party ahead will testify!

Cywarch, North Wales
Dec 29th 2016

Will 'o the Wisp

Proclaimed in the guidebook as "one of the all-time Mid Wales classic routes", we found the crag at Craig Cywarch in a rather damp, vegetated condition. Undeterred, and hoping never to need return to this Classic Rock destination, we set off of a team ascent and were pleased to see the route improve considerably after the first, dripping pitch. Overall it was a rather cold day, clearly illustrated by the chilling temperature inversion in the valley below.