Showing posts from May, 2014

A dry day at Tremadog!

I was running an AMI trainee workshop today with the aim of the day being slick multi pitch climbing. Well, with a pretty rubbish forecast Rob, Sam and myself agreed that Tremadog was the best bet as the worst of the weather was due to come from the east. To cut a long story short we were blessed with dry rock all day and I managed to cover almost everything that I needed to cover. We were back at Eric's Cafe by 4.30 just in time for the first clap of thunder. Result!! We climbed, abseiled, stance managed, rope managed, time managed and chatted our way up Oberon and Yogi.

A nice (dry) day at Tryfan Bach

I was carrying out an inspection for the Adventure Activities Licensing Service today at Tryfan Bach with some fine views.

Windy and damp

South Wales

It was a quick hit down to the Brecon Beacons for a day and then over to the Wye Valley near Ross on Wye for another day to carry out some in house assessments on ropes courses, climbing walls and abseil towers.

Snowdonia at its best.

Panorama Llyn Padarn Birch Polypore

AMI Workshops

The last couple of days have been spent working on some AMI workshops for trainee members of the Association. The weather was perfect as it was wet and unpleasant yesterday for the navigation day and nice and dry but overcast and cold today.