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Blue Skies and Blisters

Posted by Rob on Friday, March 8, 2013, In : Scotland 2013 

Blue Skies and Blisters - a tale of one man and woman’s adventures in Scotland.

 Scotland had indeed been bathing in glorious weather and we were keen to get into the bath with it and have a good old splash around.


Monday 25th Feb – I, G man and Nicola head into Glen Coe and up to Lochain, it was STUNNING! It’s been a while since I’ve seen like this, there were a few teams all mainly doing Twisting Gully and S.C. Gully; we headed for N.C. Gully, which at the time was in great con...

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Meggy Magic

Posted by Rob on Tuesday, March 1, 2011, In : Scotland Conditions 2011 

Creag Meagaidh today, Tuesday March 1st.


A team on the Pumpkin, but they backed off after first pitch as debris was falling on them from above and the ice wasn’t in that good conditon. There was a team on Diadem, hollow ice and selective axe placement.

Zac and his team did Diadem, myself and the team did Glass Slipper.  Great condition, ice was ok although a bit hollow in places, cornice was ok. Further right looked a bit more interesting though. Staghorn gully first ...

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