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We've spent a lot of time up here recently, and it's always a pleasure!
You can see this shot in the film "Stardust"10644680_340964929400436_6359483901063630971_o
Clouds over the Needle. half an hour later ther was a huge thunderstorm that scared the wits out of our group and caused a huge HUGE landslide10608616_340964862733776_1779473154860265073_o
Staffin beach from the Quiraing10496213_340964899400439_3200917660907323333_o
Cleat and Ben Edra from the Quiraing10551527_340965039400425_4248881448715134353_o
Winter afternoon Sunset. Looking across to Torridon from the Quiraing10307225_357258651104397_4012475970150490291_n
Sron Vourlinn from Rubha Hunish1537904_340964989400430_5400081302805154691_o
Approaching the Prison10580795_340965186067077_5148580764932582196_o
Towers around the Needle10403798_340965236067072_803097448728199420_o
An Teallach from the Quiraing1913470_357258554437740_1792150164555485350_o
Folds caused by rotational landslip beneath the Quiraing10604695_340965246067071_581281469094944544_o
Twisted topography, Quiraing10658515_340965282733734_5173753995063241851_o
Looking North Over Floddigarry10348882_365128933650702_5144466379506785136_o
Cleit and Ben Edra1913459_365129093650686_653771568972475448_o
Quiraing, Trotternish, Skye. Folds in the landscape caused by rotational landslip.10604707_339800746183521_7654437040633585117_o
At the Quiraing on Tuesday13502918_605239206306339_3320383046089545203_o
On a circuit of the Quiraing, looking down toward Staffin Bay13490641_603541373142789_8304629895529647927_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.