Normal service resumes – Moel Siabod

11Jan11
Remarkable skies lighting up Moelwyn Mawr

Remarkable skies lighting up Moelwyn Mawr

January 3rd, 2011

Rob and I took a saunter up Moel Siabod via the usual clockwise circuit starting behind Joe Brown’s in Capel Curig and coming back down via the Brenin. There were quite a few people out with it being a bank holiday even with conditions quite treacherous underfoot. We played on some suitably tame ‘grade 0.5’ scrambling 🙂 and found a practice slope for ice axe arrests with Rob’s new axe bought that very morning!  Arrival back at Pinnacle Cafe was timely for a Pinnacle breakfast fry-up!

 

View accross to the Glyder massif on descent

View across to the Glyder massif on descent

Crib Goch, Snowdon Rob negotiating an unusually tricky section of ascent

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