/ NEWS: Scottish Winter Conditions - Full Report 4
Dan gives a round up of what has been climbed, where good venues for the weekend might be and also some very important links to avalanche and weather information.
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/item.php?id=59725
Finnisg-aig Falls and Steall not there.
Lurchers has had some climbing see:http://blog.westcoast-mountainguides.co.uk/?p=1859 and http://www.digilbert.co.uk/newsarticle.asp?id=117
Surely that first photo was taken from the Ballachulish Horseshoe, not Aonach Mor?
Was on top of Lurchers today and didn't spy much ice looks quite bare down below but couldn't see it that clearly !!
I think your right only a hill !!
I know it's a honeypot but there's a hell of a lot more to the S. Highlands than Udlaidh!!! How about emailing a few S. Highlands suspects like Postie to get the overall picture?
The Coe itself is less reliable than many crags further South.
Or is it because there aren't any guides actively using these venues? ; )
And to the left (where we climbed yesterday on finding most of the main lines taken), but these northern icefalls (as we discovered later) get a passing mention in the guide. Enjoyable climbing with plenty of ice, but much of it hard and brittle.
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