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UKC News 28 Jun 2019
Red Széll has become the first blind person to climb Scotland's "Big Three" sea stacks, also known as the "three Tom Patey stacks", including the Old Man of Hoy, the Old Man of Stoer and, most recently, Am Buachaille.

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scoth 28 Jun 2019
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Congratulations Red and to the rest of the team. I was part of the other team on am Buachaille last weekend and abseiled past just as you was getting ready for the crux move. Inspirational to witness, but  especially the walk down the slippery and loose slope!!

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Paul Sagar 28 Jun 2019
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A splendid read! Great article and huge congratulations to Red.

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lb1dej 28 Jun 2019
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What a terrific story. Many congratulations and all the best for your future adventures.

Dave

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Will Hunt 28 Jun 2019
In reply to UKC News:

Can't get on these stacks for blind guys! Wicked stuff.

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John2 29 Jun 2019
In reply to UKC News:

Red was on Radio 4 this morning (along with Tony Blackburn).

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0006dgl#play

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Ramon Marin 03 Jul 2019
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Absolutely fantastic, what an inspiring guy

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