TremFest rocks up this weekend

Posted by Tony Ryan on 22/04/2010
Tremadog - before and after. Photo: Guy Keating

The annual restoration and celebration of Craig Bwlch y Moch takes place on Saturday 24 April. The aim of this gathering is to trim spring growth from the routes, and have some fun along the way.

All climbers are welcome. Just register at the Tremadog Festival HQ outside Eric’s Caff from 9.30 on Saturday morning. Present your tools (secateurs / trimming saw / patio knife / shovel etc) and select a route to trim from the list.

You will be given a raffle ticket, keep it safe. There will be a prize draw at 6.00pm when you can win prizes donated by the Climbers’ Club, DMM, Ground Up, Joe Brown’s, Pete’s Eats, V12 and the BMC.

The raffle ticket also gains you entry to the presentation ‘Big Walling in Malaysia’ at 8.00 pm in the caff and allows you access to the free Purple Moose beer. This will be followed by the now traditional bonfire.

Professional photographers will be at TremFest looking for action shots for new CC guide; it could be you!

There will be free camping or bunkhouse accommodation.

Any questions? Email us bmccymruwales@live.co.uk

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Tremadog Wiki
BMC Cymru Wales Facebook

 



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