Congratulations to everyone who completed the Snowdon climb on Saturday and raising some very much needed funds for the local scout hut which will now help towards some very much needed work.
We had perfect weather the sun was shinning and not a cloud in the sky.
The group chose to climb up Watkin Path which has the lowest starting point on any Snowdon climb then the route slowing climbs past the old copper mines and Gladstone Rock before finally climbing up the scree to the Summit and finally descending down the PYG track.
While everyone was enjoying Snowdonia I was enjoying the Lake District helping out on 24 Peaks challenge which involved climbing 24 Peaks over 2400ft in 24hrs.
It's a very tough challenge thankfully we had glorious weather and good visibility which helped us a great deal to complete the challenge.
We took 2 days to complete the challenge but completed it in under 24hrs walking.
There was some very tough climbs but we had fantastic views over the Lakes which made all hard work worth it.
It's now time to start concentrating on training for Kilimanjaro in October,