Monthly Archives: November 2011

First Ascent in Glencoe

So Vicky may have lived here since she was 11 (I’ll not say for how many years), but never climbed a hill.  So Morag and I took her up the ridge onto the Horse shoe then back down the North … Continue reading

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Adventures in Glencoe – The Mast

Had Finlay and Jude sleeping over and to give their Mum and Dad a lie in we went out on a wee adventure.  Headed up to the mast from the quarry in Ballachulish, then onto the new forestry track The … Continue reading

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Wee Buachaille – part 2

After watching the world cup final – well done to New Zealand, we headed out to bag the second peak of the wee Buachaille.  We made hard work up to the Bealach and then scampered up to the summit.  Decided … Continue reading

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Ben Wyvis 13/10/11

It was my day – and for the first time in a month (well it has not stopped raining since 5th September) and we were further East, Liam and I headed up to Ben Wyvis.  A dry day, although a bit … Continue reading

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Kingshouse to Bridge of Orchy 05/09/11

My last guide for Rob Roy tours this year, and what a day – was asked to do the low level walk – and what a joy…an easy walk for the day, with a lovely second lunch stop at the … Continue reading

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Stob Dearg – Liam’s fourth Munro

A mixed day.  Climbed to the summit with Hayley, Bobby, Kaitlyn, Sandy Mac, Morag and Liam to scatter Sandy’s ashes.  The kids did well and made the day a memorable event.  I’ll not relate the tales publicly, but hope the … Continue reading

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Ben Nevis – 17th August

Again…for Rob Roy – a better day though….and here the group at the summit…  

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