AN TEALLACH

Here are just 5 pictures from a trip made by Paul Walkington, Michael and myself across An Teallach on a glorious day at the end of May.  The “standard route” – clockwise from Dundonnell is not a huge distance round (about 15km) but it is a 1300 metre day. The … Continue reading

BUCKING THE TREND

My Grandmother began life at Whitrigg near the Solway Firth in 1890, and from the most northerly Lake District mountain on Friday night, I could see (in theory at least) the lights of the farm where she was born. We’d got to the top of High Pike just as the last … Continue reading

SNOWY HALLSFELL RIDGE

SNOWY HALLSFELL RIDGE   After some significant snowfall over the weekend, Loch and Andrew found Hallsfell Ridge quite well snowed up on Tuesday, (12 Feb) with some sizeable cornices. Possibly the only corner of England that day to sport some brief blue skies and sunshine.  

Easy Tiger…

An Ambush* of Tigers Little Chamonix, Borrowdale (23 September 2012) (*The collective noun for a group of tigers is an ambush, which I think seems fitting!)   After investing in tiger outfits for Pete’s 30th birthday party in Keswick, the opportunity for some tiger-based climbing action seemed too good to … Continue reading