Monthly Archives: June 2011

23rd June, Am Bastier

Today I climbed Am Bastier with Tony, Neil and Kenny. Along with all the local Guides….. We missed getting wet as all the showers seemed to be missig Am Bastier and we got up and down in good time. Advertisements

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Some fishing pics

here are some of the Lobsters and fish I have been catching in the last few weeks. The weather was nice today (Mon) and i took the creels to a likely lobster spot with a view of the Cuillins in … Continue reading

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Sgurr a Mhadaidh

Ian Jeffrey and I went to Sgurr a Mhadaidh. We climbed the ‘upper rake’ as a quick route to the ridge, for a short day traversing the 3 tops to the north of the Munro. I led up the first … Continue reading

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Best mountain day in the uk? 11th June

Ian Jeffrey and his dad Gordon had long planned the traverse of this great mountain. It has always been one that I had wanted to do. I think it has to be the best mountain day out on the mainland … Continue reading

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Sea cliffs at Reiff

On the Sunday the 5th I followed the ‘climbers’ to Reiff sea cliffs. They climbed a number of single pitch routes and due to lack of an up to date guidebook I dont have the names to hand. Here are … Continue reading

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Stac Pollaidh West Buttress

On Friday afternoon I had a call from Adrian Crofton, BIGSTONECOUNTRY author and climber. He and Gordon Lennox had plans for climbing on Stac Pollaidh on the Saturday and I was able to meet up at the parking area below … Continue reading

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