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M3   on 17/09/17 @ 21:34 said:

As it's a long way I'll probably stay over and do 2 walks. The other possibly being The Cwm Eigiau Horseshoe again or something a bit shorter or round Lakes and in forests if weather not up to it.

trekkie  on 18/09/17 @ 9:39 said:

Hi Saturday and Sunday would have been preferable but Sunday , Monday might be possible. . Like you I would so two days to justify the travel.

M3   on 18/09/17 @ 17:41 said:

trekkie: fab news I'm staying Sun night and probably Sat too, after work arriving late late about 10.30. Shall we aim for roughly the highest point, kidding, aim for Tryfan Sun weather permitting and decide Sun later for Mondays plan? Or do you have a burning desire to do The Snowdon Horseshoe or Y Garn straight up from Idwal or The Cwm Eigiau (pretty tame in comparison) or a stroll round Lake Crafnant/Gerionydd? That's if we make it Sun? Cheers

M3   on 18/09/17 @ 20:49 said:

trekkie: hi I've mailed you regarding accommodation.

trekkie  on 19/09/17 @ 16:00 said:

Hi M3, received and replied.

M3   on 26/09/17 @ 8:19 said:

Trekkie: Great news I've found a map, compass and hand sanitizer. It's looking good!

jo_jo   on 26/09/17 @ 12:00 said:

Hi Catherine where will you be starting the walk from on Sunday? Let me know how hard this is likely to be.��

Suzie3   on 28/09/17 @ 7:51 said:

jo_jo: I was wondering the same thing re how difficult this is. Really want to do Tryfan but looks like Sunday will be very wet, so I may try one of the following weekends (is this still up twice?)

jo_jo   on 28/09/17 @ 13:04 said:

Suzie3: Hi Sue, Catherine has said this is going to be a tough walk and she's doing it at a fast pace. But Jane is still doing her Tryfan walk.

M3   on 28/09/17 @ 14:42 said:

Suzie3: Hi the forecast is grim for this Sun, Mon so I may not be going at any pace at all.
IndianaJane has an invite up for Sat 21 October for Tryfan and hopefully the weather will allow it. I think this is an extremely tough climb, scramble. It's exciting but in strong winds wouldn't be that wise really I suppose , nor heavy persistent rain. It's probably best to keep away from edges. It's also long with the Glyders added in.

Suzie3   on 28/09/17 @ 17:05 said:

jo_jo and M3: thanks for the update. A gentle pace in dry weather is more my scene!

trekkie  on 29/09/17 @ 21:37 said:

Yes. Planning on Sunday Monday but may be out of contact... travelling.
Forecast not the best but maybe better in the lee o the east side.

M3   on 30/09/17 @ 14:57 said:

Not doing this now as forecast, especially for tmrw looks very bad with gales. An improving picture for Mon, but still strong winds. Take care to those walking.

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