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Topic - NEW ARTICLE: Aonach Eagach by Dan Bailey

JoH - Editor - on 01 Feb 2007
"Aonach Eagach forms the devilishly steep north wall of Glencoe, sweeping to a narrow crest thatís weathered into a formidable array of spines, offering several kilometres of inescapable scrambling above a yawning gulf. Though itís only a grade 2 summer scramble some sections are quite intimidating, and the overall seriousness belies the grade somewhat. In snowy garb Aonach Eagach looks and feels truly Alpine, and rates as one of the best winter mountaineering expeditions in the UK."

...so writes Dan Bailey author of Scottish Mountain Ridges.

Norrie Muir gives a introduction to this much sought after ridge.

You can read the full article here: http://www.ukclimbing.com/articles/page.php?id=310
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