Winter skills on Aonach Mor

Today I (Hannah) was out with Paul and Roger who are over from Dublin. Both were keen to get stuck into winter but wanted some guidance on how do get the most out of the hills safely and efficiently. We chose Aonach Mor as our destination with the hope that we could hide on the East s
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Settled weather in the Spanish Pyrenees, finally!

It’s been a very busy past couple of months, with the final fews days of winter climbing work (Indicator Wall being the last, on April 19th), numerous days of mountaineering on Skye and on Ben Nevis, I  also enjoyed a great ski touring trip to the Ecrins Alps with Rich Bentley, whilst
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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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>Another great day in Glencoe

>One of the great things about living in Fort William is that less than half an hour away, the magnificent valley of Glencoe can be reached, offering countless opportunities for mountaineering adventures in a very different setting to those of the immediate mountains of Fort William.
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