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The Pantomime Stress Fracture

Posted on February 14th 2022

I’m not running at the moment. ‘Normal life’ sort of upped and left for a little while and I am re-framing what ‘normal’ is for the short term, at least.

RAW Adventures - Start of Day 1 Crib Goch traverse with the awesome Geoff C

Dragon’s Back Race® 2021…Failing Forwards

Posted on October 13th 2021

There are certainly elements of race preparation and execution we can control; and there are elements we can’t control.

Dragon’s Back Race® 2021 Journey… so far!

Posted on May 24th 2021

Since volunteering to be part of an amazing Event Team for 2015, I have had the Dragon’s Back Race® on my radar to enter as a runner. And 2021 is now this year…

Walking on Yr Wyddfa in Winter

Posted on January 17th 2019

The lure of a snow covered peak is undeniably strong – especially with the thought of crunching through alpine-like snow with blue skies as far as the eyes can see!

Keep on moving!

Posted on November 9th 2018

After 3 very happy years operating from our office base at Caban Cyf, Brynrefail, it was time to increase our kit storage capacity and work space.

Snowdonia Slate Trail – Thoughts and Images

Posted on May 2nd 2018

Snowdonia Slate Trail is an enigmatic journey through the continually varied and inspiring natural and and industrial terrain of northern Snowdonia.

TRAIL Magazine – Kate’s Route Cards

Posted on March 5th 2018

As RAW Adventures is based so close to Snowdonia’s magnificent peaks, it makes for very easy coverage of exceptional routes.

Snowdon : 100 Walks

Posted on February 5th 2018

Great to hear that #Snowdon hit number 2 in ITV ‘s survey of Britain’s Favorite Walks : TOP 100. We couldn’t agree more!

Santes Dwynwen

Posted on January 25th 2018

Meanwhile in Wales… Dydd Santes Dwynwen hapus i chi ! // Happy St Dwynwen’s day to you! Today we celebrate the Welsh ‘Valentine’s day’.

2018 – Know and love the ground you stand on!

Posted on January 1st 2018

As a team, we provide support and guidance to anyone wanting to embark on or extend their mountain skills, and this shot sums it up : learning from and in the landscape, stepping one foot boldly in front of the other, and a big mountain smile.



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