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mattsmyname   on 22/09/17 @ 10:15 said:

Would be interested Catherine, and agree it would be good to get sole use of a bunkhouse if the interest is there early enough. Thought Bens Bunkhouse was a great place.

Stephen   on 22/09/17 @ 15:33 said:

You could try Idwal Cottage YHA, which also allows camping and has ample parking. This would relieve you of the burden of finding a bunkhouse. But, I agree, sole use of a quality bunkhouse would be better.

Louise - living life   on 22/09/17 @ 21:37 said:

have you considered the plas y brenin bunk houses - they are really nice

keith2015   on 22/09/17 @ 23:27 said:

I'd be interested in the whole week if in early April (my family are away then) - but that's probably too early for you. Or I could probably manage a few days around the early May Bank Holiday on 7 May...
I stayed at Idwal Cottage YH at Easter about 3 years ago by the way - during the big freeze. There was a great atmosphere there for the solo traveller and those in very small groups, not least because it is self-catering only and no pubs within walking distance. But I do feel that atmosphere would have been spoilt by a large group...

iansmyname.....orisitjohn?   on 23/09/17 @ 13:36 said:

Hi Catherine. It would be great if you were to organise this. I can't commit this far ahead, but would love to walk/scramble with OD friends in beautiful Snowdonia. Maybe provide alternative routes if needed

iansmyname.....orisitjohn?   on 23/09/17 @ 21:19 said:

M3: I would be massively tempted if someone......i.e. (Jane ) were to put an inite on for Tryfan by Heather Terrace, but I'm only surmising. I would be happy to lead any alternate routes that may need to be arranged. Ben's bunkhouse for the week would be ideal.

Dale   on 26/09/17 @ 6:32 said:

Think it's a great idea, have to see what's what with work but I'm probably in

ray9   on 27/09/17 @ 11:54 said:

Yep, this has my interest, love Snowdonia, keep me posted.

mirador   on 01/10/17 @ 22:53 said:

Definitely of interest - lots of scope to do a range of activities

mountainsnmusic   on 02/10/17 @ 7:08 said:

My daughter and friends were up there in T shirts, sunshine And snow end of March this year

Indiana Jane   on 05/10/17 @ 8:27 said:

I'll be around in May but away most of April. May is a better bet as you might still need your crampons in April.

Rachael 234   on 05/10/17 @ 21:31 said:

I'd be very interested in the week. Thanks Catherine

ju.drop   on 08/10/17 @ 22:15 said:

I'd be up for it as I've not yet conquered Snowdonia

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