/ NEWS: Cuillin Update - Blue Skies and Dry Rock
"In nearly 20 years I can't remember a more prolonged dry period coinciding with the busiest time of the year..."
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/item.php?id=67336
My god, your Naked Saltire looks a great route, Mike!
An interesting article.
Presumably the opening statement should refer to the Jet Stream and not the Gulf Stream heading south.
A sheffield team repeated the E6 on the cioch, perhaps the same starting holds?
psyched to get back!
Summer continues & plenty of folk enjoying the dry rock; there were more people on Sron na Ciche than the In Pinn yesterday which is a notable first in my memory.
Very hot after lunch-time for those with Traverse intentions so start early.
Midgies have peaked last few days whenever the wind dies so come well prepared with nets & Smidge.
Long may the it last :)
Sick with envy!
We had a fabulous week there in May, but always leave wanting more...
Oi! Mike, when are you going to sent those pictures of me and my freind on the Cioch. I sent you the ones I had of you and your clients, it would be nice if you returned the favour.
Nice article and excellant guide. Shall definately be heading to the Cuillin this winter. Bet you need a rest now
Did Steve have another go at the traverse?
It would be great to see the record broken again.
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