Am finally filling in my logbook - only up to early 90's so far but if you climbed with me you will be there.
sorry to people whose names I have forgotton - lot of water (and stronger liquids) under the bridge :-)
Added by Matthew Nuttall on September 21, 2013 at 10:22 —
Anyone free to get out on Sunday either routes or bouldering ? Happy to do either !
Added by Scott Dunkley on August 30, 2013 at 19:53 —
Short notice but going to take advantage of the gap in the poor weather and head up to bridestones for some bouldering , will be there from 6 onwards if anyone wants to Join me
Added by Scott Dunkley on August 6, 2013 at 15:35 —
Thirty five miles in a day was a tough call and the longest I have ever considered. Throw on top of that the hottest day of the year and lack of reprovisioning stops.
The route runs between Disley and Kidsgrove Train Station so is easy to access but given the distance it is for the summer only needing at least 14 hours of daylight.
The route runs through quiet rural Cheshire along a gritstone ridge for a lot of its length. The two of us took a south-north route though most do… Continue
Added by Nigel Blandford on July 28, 2013 at 22:01 —
Sit-starts, injuries, and an unmentionable incident with a chalk bag - all in a short evenings work for a MoB midweek raid into West Yorkshire.
West Nab is the highest point on the West Yorkshire moors. Derek had been given the heads up by Dom and we had the Over the Moors guide to point us towards a huge number of problems, so off we went. Jordan and I navigated while Derek drove so, obviously, we were a bit later than planned, but eventually me, Derek, Jordan and Ivan met… Continue
Added by Graham Stevens on July 4, 2013 at 17:48 —
Does anybody know Dom's contact details, if so, can you message them on to me.
Added by Tim Greenhalgh on May 25, 2013 at 17:41 —
Had far to many pictures from Roaches to upload, so click on the link below to go to the drop box
you can then download any you might want for yourselves
Added by Scott Dunkley on May 20, 2013 at 22:47 —
After last years revamp of Deeply by the members of the Mob, we decided to start on phase two project of digging out the next bouldering bay on the left. After doing an exploratory dig last year I knew that the going wouldn't be that hard, that said it still needed shifting and my back always complains afterwards . We decided that rather than barrowing all the soil away we would just pull the soil away from the face and while making the face higher it… Continue
Added by Derek Kenyon on April 18, 2013 at 18:30 —
I have secured exclusive use of Dalby Forest YHA for the above weekend. 21 places are available. The date set was the only one available around the time we normally go and I hope it fits with as many people as possible. The Hostel is SELF CATERING. There is enough cycling for one day at Dalby on marked tracks for all abilities which is only 2 miles from the YHA. Ian Boddy is in the process of sorting a Cross Country ride for the other day. There is a Pub near by as I realise this is a… Continue
Added by Mark Davies on April 5, 2013 at 16:40 —
it's minutes time again.
since the last meeting,…
Added by geoff proctor on April 4, 2013 at 16:54 —
Perfect conditions on the Ben, blue sky, hard freeze and only a light wind. The walk up to the CIC hut was a joy, full of stories from the past and expectation for the day ahead. My motivation was just right, I felt confident in my partner, Graeme (over 15 years expereince on Ben Nevis, he'd had his eye on Hadrian's Wall for 10 years!), everything felt like it was coming together perfectly.
We chatted with other climbers at the CIC hut, checking the conditions, asking about other… Continue
Added by Stuart Jones on March 29, 2013 at 9:00 —
yet again, not much to report because we didn't have the usual formal meeting due to the table top sale and a surprise talk/slide show by ian brewster. (surprise to me anyway).
Added by geoff proctor on March 23, 2013 at 10:49 —
hi everyone. hope you are all well.
not much to report this week, we condensed the meeting to get going with the talk/show
we had a bumper meeting, not much space in that big room. the… Continue
Added by geoff proctor on March 8, 2013 at 15:20 —
it seems everyone is giddy with the winter conditions holding out.
the two teams have returned from norway with tales to tell. i understand a separate blog is coming our way all about… Continue
Added by geoff proctor on February 25, 2013 at 20:04 —
hi everyone. it's a little daunting sitting back in the hotseat after a littlr time off.
it feels as if so much has changed. i'm glad to see so many new members. in time, i will get to know all your names and reportable bad habbits lol.…
Added by geoff proctor on February 11, 2013 at 20:13 —
Added by Rick Riding on February 3, 2013 at 17:03 —
Added by Rick Riding on February 1, 2013 at 17:53 —
by Will Gadd | photo by Ryan Creary
On day 18 of a planned 12-day trip, the head of athlete marketing for Red Bull was sliding down the emotional slope from stressed toward very unhappy about what wasn't happening: climbing. It was November 2006 and we were in Nepal to climb a huge new face. Mr. Red Bull was there to oversee where the brand's large chunk of cash was going. Every day we started…
Added by Derek Kenyon on January 31, 2013 at 17:08 —
For all of you approaching your mid life crisis, here is a little inspiration on what to do next!
Added by Rick Riding on January 25, 2013 at 3:07 —
Came across this event, if anyone is interested.
Scottish Winter Climbing Meet 2nd - 3rd Feb 2013
This coming winter Fort William is proud to host the inaugural Scottish Winter climbing meet.
This weekend meet is being organised by local guides and instructors with the support of the Mountaineering Council of Scotland which is helping to promote the event.
It is a celebration weekend of Scottish… Continue
Added by Rick Riding on January 7, 2013 at 18:20 —