/ Centurion, Tower Ridge, Aonach Eagach and ...??

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Grinning Donkey on 01 Dec 2012
4 day ish dash to Scotland next April...

Tick list is above..

Fourth suggestion would be ....?
Edradour - on 01 Dec 2012
In reply to Grinning Donkey:

Wander round Fort William in the pissing rain feeling sorry for yourself that the weather is shit! This will almost certainly lead to buying stuff you don't need from Nevis Sports or the one under the cafe.

Or if the weather does hold, Curved Ridge on Buchaille Etive Mor is a great day out.
Orgsm on 01 Dec 2012
In reply to Grinning Donkey:

Pick a mountain and route that no one has heard of. Have a great day out, on the mountain by yourself, instead of following the crowds on the routes you suggest
CMcBain - on 01 Dec 2012
In reply to Grinning Donkey:

If you're willing to travel a bit further - http://www.ukclimbing.com/logbook/c.php?i=1676 would be my choice.
The Ex-Engineer - on 02 Dec 2012
In reply to Grinning Donkey: If you are leading HVS I'd suggest Bludger's Revelation as a fourth route or even as an alternative over Centurion as it's arguably marginally better.

Other than that, the 'must do' routes in Lochaber include something on Etive Slabs; either The Pause (HVS) or Spartan Slab (VS).
Tom Last - on 02 Dec 2012
In reply to Grinning Donkey:


Possible that north west stuff will be better nick than the Ben and Glencoe in April, so Jack the Ripper on Stac Pollaidh and Direct Nose on Sgurr an Fhidhleir are good ones up that way, plus a whole load more obviously.
clipskipper - on 03 Dec 2012
In reply to Grinning Donkey: I'd second Bludger's Revelation - great route.

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