Winter Skills Talk in the Aviemore Mountain cafe on Wed 8 th Feb and 15 th Feb. Details below !


The Skills chats will take place on Wednesday 8th February, 7pm for meal, 8pm for lecture  Aviemore Mountain Cafe,  A Meal is available, £13, booking essential.

Heathers lecture (8th) is headlining that ‘Every Day’s a School day’ even for the most experienced winter mountaineers and takes the audience through a personal epic adventure during Storm Frank when I was caught out in a bothy in Glen Feshie. The talk is illustrated with photos and video footage of the escape from the Glen over the tops in 100mph winds and the lessons learnt!

There is also another talk on Wednesday 15th February, 7pm for meal, 8pm for lecture – AviemoreMountain Cafe, A Meal is available, £13, booking essential.01479812473.
It is worth noting You can get in at 1950 for the chat if you do not want a meal entry via the back door of the Cafe !


This lecture, the only one not to be delivered by Heather Morning, will be given by ex mountain rescue team leader  David ‘Heavy’ Whalley.

This talk  “A Heavy Affair in the Mountains” is some of the tales in a life of 50 years of adventure in the mountains. It will be a journey all over Scotland in the summer and winter and some of the wild places and adventures all hopefully with a safety message ! 


The winter is back and has a few months to go so why not come along and you may learn something?


Looking forward to seeing you please share if you can?




About heavywhalley.MBE

Mountain Rescue Specialist. Environmentalist. Spent 37 years with RAF Mountain Rescue and 3 years with a civilian Team . Still an active Mountaineer when body slows, loves the wild places.
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