Vacation 2005

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The Northern Pinnacles of Liathach; Ledge Route; Castle Ridge, Curved Ridge and the Aonach Eagach...

The list goes on and on before we even start picking out the quiet little jewels of scrambles in Wester Ross!

With one of our Mountaineering Instructors you will be shown the basic personal equipment and techniques to safely make the exciting transition from hill walker to mountaineer. We will teach you about what equipment is required, tying in to the rope; route finding and abseiling.

Skye Scrambles

If you are interested in seeking out classic scrambles on amazing rock, with stunning views the Skye is the perfect playground, with a lifetime of amazing routes to complete.

Popular objectives include Pinnacle Ridge on Sgurr Nan Gillean, a traverse of the four tops of Sgurr a Mhadaidh, Clach Glas or a round of Corie Lagan. For something more adventurous why not head into the rugged heart of the Cuillin with a trip into Loch Coruisk with Seamus of Misty Isle Boat Trips, and then ascend the Dubhs ridge, the longest continuous route in the UK with 900 meters of great scrambling on immaculate Gabbro slabs.

With so many options we are truly spoilt for choice and can pick the perfect level of adventure for you. Click on the link below to see a slide show of an adventure we had on Skye with clients in April 2013.

Loch Coruisk - guiding, instruction, adventure

Just wanted to say a quick thanks for a superb day yesterday. I learnt a huge array of new skills that I'm now super keen to keep developing.

Had a classic day today on Alligin, amazing views (B. Eighe looked a bit misty so I hope you got some views!), rutting deer and even saw a golden eagle! Did the horns first as you suggested and took on all 3 which was fantastic fun and felt really confident on the rock after yesterday's tuition.

A top weekend, bit sad to be home now, but hey, the Cairngorms aren’t so bad ;) - client Ed, after an intro scrambling session at Diabaig.