Following on from the Tremadog Work Day in January comes the Tremadog Festival. Saturday 18th April is the main day during the weekend of general route tidying. Register at 9.30 a.m. in the blue tent outside Eric's Caff.
Just turn up with secateurs, patio knifes, nut keys or anything else to attack the brambles, ivy and dandelions etc. Climb a route, give it a trim and in exchange get a free raffle ticket to stand a chance of winning a prize; all donated by the BMC, DMM, V12, Joe Brown’s, Pete’s Eats, Ground Up and The Bronwen Arms.
There will be free camping or bunkhouse accommodation kindly sponsored by the BMC. And to quench the thirst expect FREE locally brewed beer - sponsored by the BMC, the Climbers' Club and Derby Uni M.C.
The cherry on the top of all that is a slide show from Tim Neil about his recent Patagonia trip with Mat Stygall. A dream climbing destination for Tim. Managing five routes in four weeks he wasn't going to let the Patagonian weather slow them down. All climbers welcome. Any questions email BMC Cymru at the address below.Note: Craig Bwlch y Moch has been owned by the British Mountaineering Council for more than thirty years. Through 'Better Woodlands for Wales' there is a management plan in place for the area below the crag which is primarily a sessile oak woodland. The oak over-storey however is being invaded by the more vigorous sycamore, which forms a large part of the ground cover along with hazel and ash regeneration. The long term plan is to manage the woodland for public access, specifically climbers, whilst maintaining and improving the ecological value of the habitats and protecting the oak woodland from invasive species. Any conflict between recreational usage and the ecological status of the woodland will be mitigated by erosion protection and clearer access routes to the bottom of climbs.
Location: Eric's Caff, Bwlch y Moch, Tremadog
Organiser Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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