Tag Archives: Roger Everett

If At First You Don’t Succeed…

With a brief warming on Saturday and a better weather forecast for the east, Lochnagar was the obvious choice on Sunday February 5. Roger Everett and I were a little concerned about the amount of snow that may have fallen … Continue reading

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Loch Avon Update

The great cliffs on the south side of the Loch Avon Basin have come into remarkably good condition for so early in the season. On the Shelter Stone, Sticil Face has had several ascents. Clach Dhian Chimney and Western Union … Continue reading

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Full Winter Season Finally Begins!

The unseasonably warm November temperatures came to an abrupt end on Friday November 25 with snow down to low levels across the Highlands accompanied by biting north-westerly gales. Dorsal ArĂȘte (II) on Stob Coire nan Lochan in Glen Coe saw … Continue reading

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Southern Highlands Spotlight

The Bridge of Orchy cliffs to the south of Glen Coe have seen a fair amount of activity over the last few days. The crags are now well frozen and have escaped the very heavy snowfalls further east. In the … Continue reading

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Braeriach’s Forgotten Pinnacle

On Sunday November 7, Roger Everett and I visited Coire nan Clach on Braeriach. Few climbers have visited this hidden little coire that nestles under the summit of Einich Cairn, but it sports a handful of granite ribs that are … Continue reading

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