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Plas y Brenin Nov 18
Mountain Leader Training river crossing today. 🥶
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Joel Self Jul 8
A damp but beautiful early morning walk around the always inviting Wiltshire countryside. 😍👍 ~ ~
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Jonny Winter Nov 18
Another fantastic weekend at festival - inspired for an adventure-packed 2020 & finally joined ready for training! Might need some role coiling practice first though - Han thrashed me in the challenge!
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Emma Holland Jul 6
....& I often answer ‘yes she is, but she doesn’t always join me on the wet, windy & wild camping trips! 🤣😂😍never had a problem. 🌈
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Scotland🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Nov 13
Brilliant wee (free) resource from Alan R Walker for candidates.
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Gem Ⓥ 13h
Biresize lessons on flora of hill & mountainous areas. Perfectly displayed and explained to help ID them, understand habitat, factual uses & a couple of interesting anecdotal stories to help us remember them Thanks Mike! 🏞️🌱🌼🌿⛰️
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Mountain Training Jan 28
A great article from about her training course on the website:
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Ian Martin Nov 10
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Emma Holland Jun 15
I’ve been to most, if not all the that have been organised by the & Paul’s sessions are always worth an hour of your time.. check this out! 👍 #
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Michael Griffiths Feb 6
Lovely evening for a spot of night navs in North East Wales. MTA peer-led night navigation above Llandegla, one of the benefits of membership.
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Anna Fleming Nov 14
Braced for a chilly overnight expedition into the hills but who can complain after a day like this?
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Team Fram Feb 2
(Lauren) I have my assessment booked for April, and a lot of reading to do before then! Any other books I need to add to my pile?
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Staffs Uni Geography Jan 25
Kinder Scout never fails to deliver a challenge! An ideal place for our Level 5 & 6 students to hone their low visibility navigation skills. 🌫⛰🌫
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Dr. Rachel Marsden Jan 6
Replying to @rachmarsden
Fun fact: Pistyll Rhaeadr is over 73m, considered the longest single drop waterfall in Britain and one of the seven wonders of Wales (2/2)
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Summit and Beyond May 15
Follow my training progress as I 'run my age' I will post updates on twitter as I progress. To see how I approach my training subscribe to my YouTube
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Blizzard Survival Jun 30
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Matt Shaw 🏊⛰️🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 May 4
The men from our National Mountain Centre training the outdoor professionals. This group could move a glacier
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Rich Wiles Nov 16
Looking forward to the inaugural MWIS training day at Tebay Hotel. @ Tebay Hotel
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Crag 2 Mountain Dec 28
Great day out on Dartmoor helping run a BAIML, mt_association & Steep Ground CPD Workshop with garlandmountaineering.
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SwissMountainLeader Jul 4
Still some space for this approved, regulated course, meeting the requirement for NGB awards
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