The last few months have been quite a whirlwind. So much so that updating my blog has been low on the agenda.
However the main event was undoubted a trip to Spain with a crew form North Wales.
Spain was superb, with the crags around Catalunya and Lleida being absolutely must-visit destinations. I think the highlight of my trip was for me finally getting to see Riglos and climbing the famous route Fiesta de los Biceps. 8 pitches of jug pulling, through really steep terrain – super-fun!
The team from Wales was a real good laugh and we had a lot of fun visiting loads of crags – Terradets, Santa Linya, Margalef etc.
I have got loads of superb photographs from the trip – I am just currently thinking about what exactly I am going to do with them all.
But then when I got back to the UK it was like this:
After spending November in Spain sport climbing, it was quite a shock to land back in Llanberis under two feet of snow!
I have been dashing around for the last month sorting things out for my move to Mont Saxonex, close to Chamonix, France. So hopefully afer the new year I will be updating the blog slightly more often and with some super alpine photos.
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