Annabel shows us what she does on the weekends when she goes to the stables to look after the horses and learn to ride.
Jogging and dropping off someone’s trackable geocaching token at a nearby trackable hotel.
Jack wanted to do some evening climbing and got stuck into some (for him) steeper stuff.
Bank holiday geocaching by the sea in Mumbles. It’s busy!
Our last day in North Wales, and we popped to a crag for a bit of v diff climbing with the kids with a short walk in from the village of Trawsfynydd. When the weather’s like this in Snowdonia what are you going to do? Drive home? Not before some cragging with a view!
Bagging some pretty evening views over the Mawddach Estuary from Barmouth.
After tiring ourselves out geocaching in Snowdonia we went for a short (but very steep) walk up the blue lagoon by Friog & Fairbourne. It’s in the remains of a slate quarry somewhere on the hill side.
This is a bit of a big one. We went up in the hills in southern Snowdonia after a big circuit of 25+ geocaches hoping to get our total up to 300. It was a long, tough day out. How many did we find?
Another climbing outing while staying in North Wales over the Easter holiday. This time we visit a wilder spot at the end of a valley and climb a gritty diff with some fantastic quiet views. Except for the RAF making a fair bit of noise chasing each other around.
More from southern Snowdonia. I cycle across the famous 100-odd year old 900m long wooden rail bridge to Barmouth and we go looking for Barmouth Slabs to do a little but of rock climbing and see some huge Snowdonia views. There might be a geocache hidden around somewhere too.