Thanks, I'm looking at getting to Bangor (is easy enough) but looking at the buses they don't seem to go that often to llanberis or capal curig. Or is there another destination I would be better of going to? (I'll have to arrive friday evening/sat morning and leave sun afternoon) Cheers
Hey, I'm located in stoke and trent, and I want to get out to the hills more. So basically I'm looking for the cheapest way to get to lakes/snowdonia. Snowdonia is looking more likely as lakes I have to go through manchester. So I was wondering whether anyone has any experience getting there by public transport? I could just train all the way to Betws-y-coed, but that is quite a long trip. I'm thinking maybe train to chester and then try to bus over, but I can't seem to find any timetables (I don't really know where to look) But really I would like to get opinions, ideally I would like to find my way to like capal curig or llanberis. Thanks Andrew
Basically I am going to to go to the lakes probably for 2 days or so. Going to start somewhere in the south-eastern lakes (probably Newby Bridge, or just somewhere around there where there is a path i want to take, I can't get a lift much further in) Basically what peaks would people suggest? I'm going to wildcamp. (I've already done Hellvellyn so was thinking of not really going into the eastern fells) I want to do Scarfell as both times I have been to the lake district I have not got round to it. But what other peaks should I also try and fit in? Thanks
Chocolate Fish is made in New Zealand (at least thats what it says on its wesite) - Haven't used it myself so don't know about quality. Also Glowing Sky is again made in NZ, I dont have any of their merino (their cotten tee is very nice though) but a friend does and he is pleased with it.