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Spean Bridge Easter 2022  

Easter week away bagging Corbetts: Meall na Leitreach from Dalnaspidal Two Càrn Deargs in Glen Roy (truly dull lumps) Walk from Fort Willam to Spean Bridge along the Great Glen Way and disuused Railway lines. Sgùrr an Utha with its fantastic twisty schitst, micas and garnetts The “Innsey Wincies”: Cruach Innse & Sgùrr Innse with » read more »

Ballachulish February 2022  

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.  

Ullapool September 2021  

Easter 2020 was delayed to Easter 2021 and finally happend in September 2021 – thanks Covid! We climbed: The 3 Quinag Corbetts – Sail Gharbh (809m), Sail Gorm (776m), Spidean Coinich (764m) Stac Pollaidh Suliven An Teallach – Sgurr Fiona (1059m) and Bidein a’ Ghlas Thuill (1063m) and a nice bit of the West Hilghland way from Fort Bill.

Spean Bridge Easter 2019  

We spent Easter in Spean Bridge and we climbed: Sgiath Chuil (920m) Ben Nevis (1345m) up via Number 2 Gully, and down Number 4 Gully. Beinn Bhan (796m) Aonach Mor (1221m) abseiled down Easy Gully and failed to find any good ice in the twins. Sron a’ Choire Ghairbh (937m) and Meall na Teanga (916.8m) Streap (909m) Beinn Bhuidhe » read more »

Aviemore February 2019  

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 »


Author: Phil Newby