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Winter Skills and climbing thrills!

The last few days have been a great mix of winter work, with a few days off thrown in for good measure! The weather has been fairly kind making for some cracking days out in the hill. I spent the weekend working for Glenmore Lodge on an intro to winter skills. With the forecast looking […]

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A blue sky day in Glencoe

Today I was out in Glencoe with Ronan, who after a two day winter skills course in Scotland last year was back for more! Keen to get onto some climbing ground we decided to head up into Stob Coire nan Lochan and see how things were looking. Unfortunately my navigation skills seemed to let me down, as we […]

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Intro to winter climbing

I’ve just spent the last four days on an intro to winter climbing with Ray and Ciaran. Thankfully the windy weather of the last few weeks seemed to have run out of puff…..(for now!), and we enjoyed four rather settled days on the hill. Although the stormy weather had past, it had left behind quite a lot […]

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A stormy start to winter!

It seems that every new year sees me starting back into the blogging with renewed vigour and enthusiasm, partly due to the arrival of the winter season, and this year is no different….let see how long the notion lasts this time! Since my last post things have been fairly busy, with a bit of work on […]

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Back to reality

I’ve been back home from Scotland for just over a month now and already it feels like a lifetime ago. With the days getting longer and temperatures nudging their way upwards you’d be forgiven for thinking that summers just around the corner. Climbing in the Cairngorms For the last week of my Scottish winter trip […]

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West was best!

Its been a bit of a busy week for me this week. I feel like I’ve been all over the place with the weather being just as varied as the locations. Monday started with a less than prefect forecast, high winds and lots of snow meant that the ski road up to the Cairngorms was […]

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House bound!

Since arriving in Scotland two weeks ago things have been fairly busy, with lots of personal climbing and a little bit of work thrown in for good measure.Conditions out on the crags have been hard going at times with big accumulations of snow meaning lots of digging to find gear, or long run outs. Not […]

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