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In Case of Emergency

At the latest AGM it was decided that members should carry ICE (In Case of Emergency) details in the top pocket of their rucksacks when on weekend trips so in Read more…

A test post for NKHC test site KIMM – for hillwalkers? – Heong (December 2004)

The KIMM (Karrimor International Mountain Marathon) is a 2-day event with an overnight camp held annually in a mountainous area. It is divided into several classes for varying abilities so that both slow plodders and the elite can take part.

Winner Announced! 2013 Photo Competition

At last night’s AGM meeting attendees voted for their favourite photo out of those submitted for this year’s photo competition. Votes by email for those absent were also totted up, Read more…

Annual Photography Competition 2012

Congratulations to Dave Uglow who won this years photography competition. With the above image, Tryfan and The Glyders, he won a free club annual membership. The standard of entries this Read more…

New Venue for Monthly Pub Meetings

After holding the 2012 AGM at The Willoughby Arms in Kingston we decided that it might be a better venue for the club’s monthly pub meetings. The pub is just Read more…

A Weekend at Heathy Lea, Derbyshire

January 15th – 17th 2010 It seemed strange driving south for a weekend and it wasn’t as easy as I’d hoped – Manchester/Stockport are the M25 and Birmingham of the Read more…

Week-End Trip at Porthmadog, North Wales

Or how to while away a wet stormy weekend (November 13th – 15th) Saturday Eight ‘extremely’ die-hard members sat around the breakfast table suggesting possible hills to walk in the Read more…

A Tasmanian contribution…..

My first Big Overnight Trip has been completed…..Roz, Keith, Ruth and I had spent some time deciding a suitable route for this inaugural expedition , departure time, a respectable 9am, Read more…

I Thought Horseshoes Were Lucky – Alison (Nov 1997)

The weather was too good to be true – clear, warm, dry, and not too much wind. It seemed that the ideal opportunity to “do” Crib Goch had arrived. It Read more…