Wednesday, 19 December 2012
Friday, 14 December 2012
Wednesday, 12 December 2012
Tuesday, 11 December 2012
Beinn na Caillich 785m
Early morning on Sgurr Coire Chionnnichean, Inverie Bay behind.
Sgurr Coire Chionnichean 796m
The long thrutch!
Dusk on Knoydart at 600m
Thursday, 6 December 2012
The long thrutch!
Snow is falling high up, which is brilliant for the ski season in Glencoe and at Nevis Range and of course for HPL's winter courses, as the base will be forming nicely, filling the gully's and plastering the crags. What a difference a day makes!
Monday, 3 December 2012
I have been working and learning in a variety of places since last Thursday. Outside in Scotland has been a massive contrast too, from warm sunshine in the central highlands to sub zero Arctic conditions in The Cairngorms and heavy hail storms, rain and snow on the west coast and of course all in the same day today!
The girls leading at Ratho Climbing wall on Thursday.
Liam Irving in Hidden Chimney on Friday.
Scrambling skills on the West Coast, today.
Eigg from Ardnish Point today.
On Thursday I was teaching leading at Ratho Climbing wall. On Friday I climbed the fantastic winter route Hidden Chimney grade III in The Cairngorms. On Saturday and Sunday I was at Glenmore Lodge up dating my BASP first aid qualifications and today I was over on the west coast teaching summer hill walking skills to my college students form West Highland College. A variety of work and play is the spice of life, but it is great to be home seeing my kids and my lovely wife!
Hebridean Pursuits are gearing up for running winter courses and we still have availability on Winter Skills and Mountaineering courses, for more details or to book a date of your choice contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org. It is looking like a good winter is on the way!