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A selection from our climbing, scrambling and mountain skills courses
Navigation excercise in the Lake District10583048_336111819885747_1144366878190771312_o
At the top of a scramble on Bidean nam Bian, on a Glencoe Mountain Skills Course10629369_336111679885761_5111473031792016913_o
Identifying a scrambling route on a Glencoe Mountain Skills Course10603827_336111719885757_8127288669189278284_o
Emergency snow hole, winter skills, Glencoe10655393_336111856552410_4575785836227656879_o
Navigation excercise in the Lake District10575132_336111693219093_6603525051963726607_o
Rock climbing - learning to lead10648525_336111799885749_7331745332241073539_o
Getting used to walking with crampons, Ben Nevis10551552_336111789885750_7834747385077468558_o
Michael learning how to fit a helmet on a Glencoe scrambling course10471214_336111926552403_9027958687581840172_o
Ice axe arrest10623762_336111903219072_284644831034644031_o
Hi there, we are a group of women in our middle years and we are coming to Skye for a walking holiday in May 12-19th. We are all regular hikers/walkers and are pretty fit. We are often walking 5-6 hours in one session. We are looking for someone to guide us into some of the more inaccessible mountain areas of Skye (that we couldn’t necessarily access ourselves easily) but don’t want to necessarily climb but a bit of scrambling would be ok. I have had a quick look at the Cuillins and these look more climbing orientated but can you walk up to any points?
If you could let me know if this is something you could help us with and suggest some routes that would be great. Thanks emma
Thanks for your enquiry Emma, I’ve replied to you by email.