Ten Days in the Barra IslesFri Night Vid

© Andy Moles
Here Andy Moles goes on a summer trip to the superb sea cliff destinations of Pabbay and Mingulay, Scotland.

His film shows the beauty and the tranquillity of the islands, and gives a feel for what a trip to the islands is all about, as well as showcasing some of the fantastic adventure routes that lie on the rocky coastlines. The climbing footage starts at around the 5 min mark.

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6 Nov, 2009
For anyone that's interested, there's another half to this video (no more climbing unfortunately, mostly just bad weather and banter!) you can find through my profile. Cheers! Andy
6 Nov, 2009
nice one Andy, looks like you had an awesome time :)
6 Nov, 2009
Nice vid - captures the essence of the adventure and the spirit of the islands. You were there in June/July by the looks of it? A personal perspective is that the two islands are very diferent and very unique. I think it's a bit of a shame to chop and change between them. You were obviously lucky with the weather! That, or you edited out the days of drizzle lurking in the tent eating too much and drooling over the guidebook... Back again next year, hopefully... Ben
7 Nov, 2009
Thanks for sharing your experiences. Looks like a wonderful place and I have wanted to go ever since I heard the first raving reviews. Who is going out there this year?
7 Nov, 2009
great atmospheric vid, inspires me to head there sometmie. What are the travel arrangements like? (ferry from where, cost etc) Cheers
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