Monthly Archives: July 2019

Thank you for all the support.

Many thanks to all for your support the cards and words they mean so much after I lost my sister Eleanor. We had a lovely Service to Celebrate her life in Ayr. I heard so many stories about her life … Continue reading

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Scottish scrambling inspirations Highland Scrambles North – Foinaven wild,rugged and remote.

Fionaven falls twelve feet short of the required 3,000ft for Munro status – and all the better for it! It is a long and complex hill with many hidden secrets in winter a find traverse. The views are superlative and … Continue reading

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Carnach Bridge update from the Knoydart Ranger Service

Carnach Bridge Update: Please be advised that the footbridge over the River Carnach at NM865964 is still closed. “The bridge has arrived at the estate and they are preparing to site it. Unfortunately, the hand rails and fixings provided were … Continue reading

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Corbett’s for Courses. Mountain Aid can you help ?

This is the latest from Karlin Herwig on Facebook for Mountain Aid . Corbetts for Courses Mountain Aid: the hill walkers’ charity, is excited to announce our May 2019 fundraising initiative Corbetts for Courses. For a day Mountain Aid want … Continue reading

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The Corbett’s are they harder than the Munro’s? What are your favourite ones?

Corbetts are Scottish mountains over 2,500 feet (762 metres) and under 3,000 feet (914.4 metres), with a drop of a least 500 feet (152 metres) between each listed hill and any adjacent higher one. There are 222 summits classified as … Continue reading

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Out on the hills again Aonach Shasuinn Affric .

The hill of the height of the Englishman (Sassanach ) what a great name for me it was a hard day. You are supposed to climb its neighbour as well in the same day Carn a Coire Gharb. Yesterday my … Continue reading

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In memory of the life of Martin Moran.

This is from the Moran Mountaineering Facebook Page. In memory of the life of Martin Moran we would like to make a donation to the Indian Mountaineering Foundation and the Torridon Mountain Rescue Team. The Indian Mountaineering Foundation work in … Continue reading

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