In reply to Adam Lincoln: Kilt dries very fast having less vegetation or lichen than neist, flod or staffin. Main face is best so I'd recommend taking an ab rope but SS special (staffin special in some books) rightwards are good too (Skyeman, Tartan Terror). Also tends to stay dry in westerlies a whole lot more than the mountains so don't give up hope as you pass the Slig. best of luck.
Can anyone recommend a weather site that seems to be reliable for the Reiff and Skye areas. Kind of need to pick an area really, out of the two and stick to that. With it only being a weekend, the drive between the two might be a bit much.
> Can anyone recommend a weather site that seems to be reliable for the Reiff and Skye areas.
Met Office is about as good as it gets (though there's always the temptation to 'shop around' for the forecast that looks best!). With it being West coast, you're at the mercy of the Atlantic weather systems, so you're usually just best to see what's on its way and think about what to do if the timing isn't as predicted! Or wait for a settled period of high-pressure Easterlies, when it'll usually be great.
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