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For the 10th time, members of the Alpine Club and Marseille section of the Club Alpin Français will be meeting to climb together. Joint meets of the two clubs have become a little tradition and a great opportunity to share experience.
This time, we have decided to invite our French colleagues to North Wales with the intention of climbing some of the classic rock routes in the area.
The meet will be based in Llanberis Pass. We have booked 16 beds in Fronwydyr hut in Nant Peris from Sunday 13th June 2021 to Sunday 20th June 2021. This means we have accommodation for 8 members of each club. If there are more than 16 members interested, there are also several campsites nearby. The hut address is:
The meet will be coordinated by Rafal Malczyk and Ian Bryant.