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After some good rain the night before stoney croft ghyll was at a good level for a mornings ghyll session. Tony and his wife where on holiday at center parc and fancied getting off site so got in touch with Eden valley adventure for some ghyll scrambling. Check out the pics to see how much fun they had.
Two months back i got a call from Sue down in London, she wanted to have a full day of activities with her three pals. We hatched a plan and the choice was Abseiling and Ghyll scrambling. Well Sunday came around and in true lake district fashion the heavens opened first thing. I called off the abseil and gave them another choice of an indoor activity that i keep up my sleeve for rainy day. The wild card was climb the mine, with the thumbs up we headed for Honister. Once there we got kited up and headed off, not only did they get an ace activity i also imparted my knowledge of the mine’s history. We climbed up through the levels and once out Sue and one of her pals walk the burma bridge. We had a short lunch break and headed for the ghyll. The ghyll gave us tons of smiles and good water levels, hope to see you all soon.
Managed to get out climbing yesterday with Bruce and headed over to Langdale to have a shot at a couple of long easy routes on Gimmer. Routes climbed Prelude & Bracket and slab. Awesome weather and fantastic rock.
Last Tuesday i had the pleasure of spending the day with the Mcneish family over in the Borrowdale valley. We spent the morning climbing over at Wodens crag in the splendid sun shine, Scott, David, Jason, Andy and Jim got tons of climbs done before lunch. After a chilled lunch break we headed off to stoney croft ghyll. Once there we got kitted up and headed up the valley. The lads found it cold to start with but soon got well stuck in to the jumps and slides. Well done chaps hope to see you again soon.
People just love this activity, anyone can do it. Check out this video to see why it’s so popular. Just give us a call and we’ll sort it for you.
It’s typical, when you don’t want the rain in the lake district you get it and when you want to go Kayaking with your pals it’s dry as a bone. But we solider on and make loads of fun with what we’ve got. The Day family were at the end of there holiday when they fancied trying out some climbing. I set up three different routes which the two lads completed, Dad on the other hand struggled to the amusement of his sons. Check out the trip advisor review they left which was a nice thank you, You’ll find the review on the right hand side of the home page.