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Running Crib Goch....would you?

Jason

Always on
Premium Member
I’ve been watching a few of this guys videos on Youtube. They’re pretty entertaining. Anyone who’s been to Snowdon will probably have seen, or heard of, Crib Goch - the hardest route up Snowdon and not for those with a fear of heights, like me (I’ve bottled it twice.)

This chap runs it, with a GoPro in hand to film it..

 

rebel06

Looking for a cause.
Moderator
Well that's just insane, the very last bit where he runs down to the path (7:50) I had my heart in my mouth, one slip there would have been his last. ... I have been to the start of Crib Goch just to see ....... and boy it's scary .

Paul
 

Grumpy John

Here a lot
Just amazing, thanks for sharing Jason.
A few observations:
He wasn't exactly running, but I would be on my hands and knees all the way and it would take me 3 weeks.
By the look of some the rocks it's a well worn path, so many brave/stupid people out there.
One slip and you're history.

I saw this on a T-shirt in Canada, and i think it sums up the situation.

"Confidence, the feeling you have before you fully understand the situation."
 
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