Mad-keen Munro bagger, nearly finished my third round. Steady climber, at low grades. Doing more and more as I get older, and enjoying it. Particularly enjoy the Alps and the Dolomites, VF's and the easier end of the 4000ers. Have a few 5000m, 6000m and a 7000m peak under my belt.
Freelance Winter Mountain Leader. Mail me if you need a leader, especially in the Scottish mountains. Work all over Scotland and further afield, both for myself and various other providers.
My site - http://www.johnnywalker.co.uk
Best Climbing Experience Not really sure - All low grade, but I enjoyed them. As I always say 'the last one', I suppose the Studlgrat ridge on the Grossglockner, the Traverse of the Aiguille d'Entreves or the Domes de Miage, but a winter traverse of the E ridge of Musala in Bulgaria was quite special. Tharpu Chuli in the Annapurna Sanctury was very satisfying.
Full Cuillin Traverse 16.5hrs plus bivvy time. Quality weekend.
Doing Tower Ridge in winter and taking every lead.
Aconcagua was easy, but bloody hard if you get my drift