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Running far and wild

On 13th October 2013 By

Adventure running in North West Scotland.

Last weekend we organised a 30 mile running adventure through the southern half of the Fisherfield Wilderness following the length of Loch Maree from close to Kinlochewe to Poolewe. The weekend included everything – wild and high trails, remote glens, an overnight stop at a secluded beach and – […]

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“This small country contains some of the most unspoiled territory in Europe”. Don’t take our word for it – that’s CNN speaking who listed Go Further Scotland‘s sea-stack climbing adventure in their ’10 wild things about Scotland’ feature last week. Thanks CNN.
“The country just gets wilder the further north you go.” […]

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go further’s Colin finished this year’s Great Wilderness Challenge 25 mile mountain route with a personal best of 3 hours 33 minutes in fifth place.

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Running the Torridon Munros

On 11th August 2013 By

On a cool but dry and bright morning two weeks ago, Colin and Paul set off to do a round of the Torridon Munros over Liathach, Beinn Alligin and Beinn Eighe. Here’s what happened.

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A Double Traverse – Sixteen Hours on the Cuillin Ridge.

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An Teallach

On 23rd June 2013 By

After a good night at the Dundonnell Hotel and fuelled up by a traditional breakfast, Aaron and team enjoyed a full day out on An Teallach. We did the classic traverse from Corrie Hallie and encountered not another soul until reaching Sgurr Fiona. The rock was dry for the scramble over the Corrag […]

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A new Sport venue has been created down near Tollie Farm, Wester Ross. Stop at the parking place for Creag nan Luch and The Perch shines like a beacon directly ahead, carry on to the end of the road at the loch shore and it is a five minute walk up once you know the […]

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There are three new routes on the left hand side of the crag. All fully bolted and all monopolising the same lower-off. The routes on the crag from L to R are:

Little Dancer 5+ 15m
Old Degas 5+ 15m
Cosets and Colonels 5 15m
Stormy Monday 5 12m
A Game […]

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Sport Climbing in the NW

On 14th June 2013 By

The Sport Crags around Wester Ross have been busy lately, people clipping bolts everywhere, all leafing through their pristine copy of the new SMC Sport Climbing guidebook. But it is already out of date. For info – there are three new 5+’s on the LH sector of Creag an Oisean, a direct finish to Ronald […]

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You Know it is going to be a great day out scrambling when it’s 9am and you are wandering up towards Pinnacle Ridge in shorts and a Tee-shirt with no other parties around. David had finished off  his Cuillin Ridge Munros tick list with me the day before when we had baked under blue skies […]

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