/ Winter Traverse of the Cuillin Ridge Report
The ridge was fantastic if a tad tiring and a bit scary in places, here is my blog of the route, I hope it makes sense as I am still pretty worn out...
Great report and magnificent pictures... well done!
Superb and congratulations!
Well done ! Thanks for posting.
Great report and photos.
A really fabulous collection of pictures.
Way beyond my comfort zone, but having messed about on bits of the ridge in the more wintery months of the year, that looked like some of the best winter conditions you could possibly have up there. Who would have thought it at the end of March?
I was lurking around the Red Cuillin and camped out on Sgurr na Stri on the Saturday night, so I could see how spectacular it would have been up there: http://www.scottishhills.com/html/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=231474#231474
Top effort. Thank you for writing and posting your account. A rare opportunity you have successfully seized.
Weather this morning said Skye due to be among the mildest places today!
Great pictures. And a truly unforgettable adventure for you. Well done. I'm jealous...
> The ridge was fantastic if a tad tiring and a bit scary in places, here is my blog of the route, I hope it makes sense as I am still pretty worn out...
Nice guys, well done. I was there too, soloing aspects and yes the conditions were as you say and as your truly amazing shots demonstrate, so once again really well done
thanks for the comments everyone :)
We hitched from Glen Brittle back to the slig
Cracking photos, great blog.
Quick question - blog photo 12 - what the hell are all those massive lines in the snow to the RHS of the ridge on the slope up to Bruach na Frithe????!!!!! Looks like giant snow worms!!!
Outstanding blog, fabulous photos and nicely written.
Loved it. An experience that will be with you forever, I'm sure.
Woweee! Excellent reading and amazing photos.
thanks for the comments everyone!
Great blog and well done!
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