This February we went to Glencoe and did the Aonach Eagach classic Grade 2 winter ridge between Meall Dearg (952m) and Sgorr nam Fiannaidh (967m) Aonach Eagach: Meall Dearg (952m) and Sgorr nam Fiannaidh (967m) We also… Failed to get up Sgor na h-Ulaidh (994m) due to gale force winds Bagged Beinn Fhionnlaidh (959m) from Glen Etive in beautiful conditions » read more »
An avalanche is a large slide of snow down a mountainside, caused when a buildup of snow is released down a slope. It is one of the major dangers faced in the mountains in winter. A large avalanche can run for miles, and destroy anything in its path. For example, in Montroc, France in 1999, » read more »
We spent February Half Term in Aviemore, it was quite windy which meant we didn’t get as high as we would have liked and quite warm so not as much snow to play in either. Meall Chuaich (951m) A nice stroll up Glenfeshie A nice stroll around Loch an Eilein The Runnel – Grade II winter » read more »
Had a lovely week in Scotland bagging Corbetts Beinn Trilleachan Beinn Odhar Beinn an Lochain 901.7m (fantastic winter day out) probably the very best Corbett i’ve met. And a few nice low level walks around Ballachulish and Oban too.
Awsome day out doing Beinn Alligin via Horns and Deep South Gully (Grade 1) in perfect winter conditions. Even saw a white tailed eagle to top it all off.