/ Old Man of Stoer
Also whats the situation with fulmers on the original route? I guess this is about the worse time of year for that.
Also regarding the tyrolene are their anchors in place on the Old Man of Stoer so that only one swim accross is necessary without leaving gear behind? (Or perhaps not if someone else has alredy set one up ;)
aye there is good tat on the old man side.
When i did it with a dynamic rope my partner got a wet arse on the way due to the stretch. I did the swim ,so it didn't bother me.#
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