>All clear on Ben Nevis

>Yesterday, I was working for Snowdonia Adventures, along with Mark and Helen, and were with a group from ‘Islamic Help‘, a charity based in Birmingham, who are doing what they can in order to make a difference to the lives of those afflicted by poverty and suffering, and
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>Change of Scenery: DofE Silver Expeds with Eton College

>Having had one day to turn around my kit after Skye, Max and I headed off on the 22nd June to North Wales for eight days, to work for A to Z Expeditions, who specialise in providing training and expeditions for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, across the length and breadth of the
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>Book Review: Skye Scrambles by Noel Williams

>I’ve just finished writing a book review for Mountaineering Council of Scotland’s quarterly publication, The Scottish Mountaineer. The Isle of Skye unquestionably boasts some of the finest scrambling and climbing opportunities in the UK, and for many mountaineers, the tra
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>Four days on Skye, including a Cuillin Ridge Traverse

> The northern Munros of the Black Cuillin It’s certainly been a busy few weeks, hence the lack of postings here, but my feet have finally touched the ground, so to speak, for a short while at least!  Friday the 17th June saw an early start with a drive to the ‘Misty
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