/ NEW ARTICLE: A Winter Cuillin Traverse
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Sounds fantastic, but having done it in summer conditions this year, I don't think I could maintain the concentration for so long, let alone have the stamina with a pack. I love the use of the word 'interesting'....I have been in so many such situations myself, and whilst it is relative to the climber, we all know what you mean.
Great achievement - well done!
Nice one - sounds like a great trip in superb conditions,
we were on it in summer a few years ago and it was touching 80 degrees ,a far cry from a winter ascent ,what a great route it is ...
On my "dream" tick-list.
One day, it will be mine!
Excellent detailed article & photos. You were soooo... lucky with the weather & conditions, a once in a lifetime event. Well done.
Great stuff. Nice report.
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