There is an account of Drummond's ascent of Arch Wall in Mirrors in the Cliffs or posssibly Games Climbers Play. I like it that he drops a load of gear and hopes his brother suggests they bail - but he doesn't.
> (In reply to Mick Ward)> As far as I know, Hugh Drummond was no relation to the (then) Ed Ward-Drummond.
> That's what I thought but the news article said otherwise:
> at the time of the FA (Drummond-bothers (Sic) 1972), it was
> Jack !!!
But these web sites say categorically that Ed and Hugh Drummond are not related:
Cheers. Glad you liked it. A case of fools rushing in.It was Bruce that planted the idea that we could do it. There is a picture of him on the Swedish route here: http://www.ukclimbing.com/images/dbpage.php?id=147856. I had only been climbing for 7 months or so and had done nothing bigger than 2 pitches. Tom had been at it a bit longer but wasn't much better. I think there are 40 pitches on the Rimmon route. A proper adventure.