Bouldering Inversions

Wow! What a day last Saturday, tops off bouldering at the end of November! We had a great day checking out some new (for me) boulders in the mountains. First we sweated up through a cloud inversion up to the Mallory Boulder above the Pen y Gwryd YHA, it's still hard and scary! 

After a quick coffee stop in the van we went on to walk up to Lily Savage boulders close to Georges Crack above Llyn Ogwen on the slopes of the Carneddau. I tried the amazing arete of Paul o'Grady which is an amazing problem, one of the best in the area. I'm afraid I don't have any photos as it was getting dark but I did get a great panorama shot of Tryfan sunset and moon as the cloud rolled in.

Bring on more winter bouldering days like this :-) 

Walking up the Mallory Boulder

Walking up the Mallory Boulder through a stunning cloud inversion

Walking up the Mallory Boulder

Warming up on the easy side of the Mallory's high!

Trying Mallorys Crack V7

November Scenes

Chris on Mallorys Crack V7

Tryfan Sunset


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