Eighteen boys enjoyed some surprisingly good weather on their trip to Snowdonia – mostly sun and blue skies with snow on the tops. All completed the Snowdon Horseshoe, a classic mountain walk. And it is not often you bump into a dinosaur on the top of Snowdon!
The second day, half the boys completed the Glyders Traverse while the other half walked to Capel Curig to climb.
The boys did really well in camp, learning quickly and maintaining a good standard of admin. The boys had fun with the Pro Ring frisbees and Vortex Howlers, which they adapted for a game of American Football.
Well done to the boys and many thanks to Dr Mann, Dr Hallwood and his wife, Dr Pilkington and Mr Hutton for all their help and support.