Was a mad-keen Munro bagger, well into second round by default rather than desire. Now a steady climber, at low grades. Doing more and more as I get older, and enjoying it. Particularly enjoy the Alps and the Dolomites, VF's and the easier end of the 4000ers.
Freelance Winter Mountain Leader. Mail me if you need a leader, especially in the Scottish mountains. Work all over Scotland, both for myself and do a lot of work for for Steven Fallon Mountain Guides - http://www.stevenfallon.co.uk/about-us.html
My site - http://www.johnnywalker.co.uk
Best Climbing Experience
Not really sure - All low grade, but I enjoyed them. As I always say 'the last one', I suppose the Traverse of the Aiguille d'Entreves or the Domes de Miage, but a winter traverse of the E ridge of Musala in Bulgaria was quite special.
Full Cuillin Traverse 16.5hrs plus bivvy time. Quality weekend.
Favourite Climbing-Related Discussion Topic
Scottish climbs, winter and summer, Munros. Easy Alpine stuff
Interests Outside Climbing
Walking, scrambling, cycling, motorcycling, scootering, the pub.
About My Photography
Point and press digital
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User Profileregistered 05/Jun/05
Been Climbing For
11 to 20 years
Trad - HS
Winter - IV
Sport - 5b
Alpine - AD
Not really got one
Once a month
In the UK & Europe
Ones that are only just outside my comfort zone rather than well outside.....!