DO NOT MISS - 27th Jan 2015 - Slideshow by a world renowned climber
Pat Littlejohn's climbing career began in the 1960's on the sea cliffs of South West England where from the age of 16 he began putting up serious and challenging climbs. Through the following decades he became Britain's pre-eminent sea-cliff explorer, notching up well over 1000 first ascents in Devon, Cornwall, Pembroke and North Wales. Having climbed all over the world on peaks up to 7000m, in recent years he has become a devotee of climbing in Africa, putting up climbs in an adventurous style without bolts or pegs.
The talk will focus on adventurous rock climbing from early days on the sea-cliffs to African big walls, with particular focus on the first ascent of Dark Safari (E6) on the 600m north face of Mt Poi in Kenya, one of the hardest climbs of its type in Africa.