/ Torvaig - Am Bile, Dry Tooling - Skye ?
Not sure how solid the rock would be under pressure from tools. Not spotted the possibility but I'll have a look next time I'm up.
Hope tomorrow goes well for you.
Not sure what the plan is for tomorrow, depends on weather and if I can be arsed cycling to Torrin and the start of the Blaven path. If not then I've got somewhere to check out in the mean time. Thanks again for the cramp's, much appreciated !
do the central gully on blaven for a superb grade 1 stomp with no frighteners or NW ridge of BnF as you suggested. GFI Mike
I'll see how it goes in the morning but a hill seems on the cards !
Not too bad actually. Less traffic tends to equal more sympathy.
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