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Students get outdoors in Arthog Students get outdoors in Arthog

Students Millie, Tom, Rahel and Harry ventured to Arthog, a village in North Wales, with the NCW Activities Team to experience a weekend outdoors and going back to basics!
Students and staff at top of mountain in Wales
Students and staff at top of mountain in Wales

Students Millie, Tom, Rahel and Harry ventured to Arthog, a village in North Wales, with the NCW Activities Team to experience a weekend outdoors and going back to basics! 

The weather remained beautiful blue skies, meaning that the group could get out to explore to local area. They took a hike near the Mawddach Estuary and climbed a small peak which boasted scenic views across Barmouth! 

Students were able to have a go at outdoor rock climbing and enjoyed some tandem cycling too.

The pizza stove was put to great use as students made their own pizzas and enjoyed being able to smell them bubbling under the fire – very rustic! 

A great experience for students.

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