Crampons not required: Castle Ridge, Ben Nevis

When the weather is as good as it has been here in Lochaber over the past few days, I think that it’s one of the best places to be.  The variety of activities that can be done is almost endless, mountain biking, river kayaking, sea kayaking, backcountry skiing, winter climbing,
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Red sky in the morning, shepherd’s warning! Curved Ridge, Glencoe

As we drove round to Glencoe this morning, we were greeted with the most amazing sky.  A vivid red light was reflecting both off the undersides of the clouds and off Loch Linnhe, creating a spectacular scene, but as the old saying goes… red sky in the morning, shepherd’s w
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My feet have barely touched the ground since moving to the Lakes!

Busy is an understatement.  This of course is no bad thing really, but it has meant that I’ve not really had the opportunity to sit down and update this blog over the past couple of weeks.  I’ve since moved to Penrith in the Lake District, with the intention of rock climbi
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I’m moving to the Lake District

As of the 14th May, I shall be moving to the Lake District, and will be based there during the spring, summer and autumn, and back up in Scotland for the winter.  So, if you are looking for climbing and mountaineering instruction or guiding in the Lakes District, please do get in touc
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>Coached Scrambling on Curved Ridge, Glencoe

>Returning clients are great!  Of course I would say that, as it brings back business, but more to the point, it allows both a solid relationship to develop and great opportunities for progression and that’s just what the theme of today was all about.  Wes, Kev, both o
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