Monthly Archives: September 2019

Book Review – Crazy Sorrow

Crazy Sorrow is a significant book. It documents the life of Alan Mullin who stands alongside Raeburn, Patey, Smith and Nisbet as one of great innovators of Scottish winter climbing. Grant Farquhar should be congratulated for not only describing the … Continue reading

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Book Review – The Big Rounds

There is a strong cross over between mountain running and winter mountaineering. Both are endurance sports that demand a high level of fitness and no small amount of focus and determination. Many winter climbers run to keep fit and enjoy … Continue reading

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Scottish International Winter Meet 2020

Fantastic news – the winter meet is back! Today, Mountaineering Scotland announced that they will be hosting the 2020 International Scottish Winter Meet. The meet has been running since 1997 and was last held by the British Mountaineering Council in … Continue reading

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