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Skye Munros

On 15th June 2011 By

go further had a great weekend on Skye last week with David, Colin and their friends who wanted to do all 11 Skye Cuillin Munros over 4 days. After the first day of changeable weather the summer arrived and the team had three further days of cold but bright and dry walking and scrambling. These […]

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Inaccessible Pinnacle

On 12th July 2010 By

We recently helped Martin, Chris and Tom reach a few summits on the Cuillin and thanks to Martin for this image of the Inaccessible Pinnacle he had just climbed. Weather has been very mixed recently with some low cloud. On this day the cloud base was sweeping in just below the summits making for some […]

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We’ve had one of our busiest June’s ever enjoying nearly three full weeks on Skye with 15 people in five separate groups. We’ve covered most of Skye’s dramatic Cuillin Ridge and made ascents of nearly all of the Cuillin Munros making the best of a mixed spell of weather that has seen settled but frequent […]

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The Southern Cuillin

On 16th May 2010 By

go further has already seen Skye’s Cuillin mountains in a range of moods this year with full winter Munro weather lasting well into April. Our latest trip last weekend coincided with perfect conditions – dry, cool and with a slight breeze. Over four days we tackled nearly all of the Munro tops in the southern […]

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Early Summer Adventures

On 22nd July 2009 By

go further has had one of its busiest summer seasons so far and here is a selection of some of our best shots from recent trips.

In May Zoe and friends (pictured below) took a break from their running holiday to tackle a tough traverse of Ben More Assynt and Conival in the […]

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Here’s another picture of Beinn Eighe’s Black Carls with Stuart looking back east from the main ridge. This picture was taken on Easter weekend when there turned out to be good walking conditions, flurries of snow, but mostly dry and breezy with lovely spells of sunshine. The air was very clear giving spectacular vistas as […]

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Scrambling in the North West is normally associated with mountains such as An Teallach, Liathach and Stac Pollaidh but there are many other venues where the scrambling is just as good or better. Torridon’s Beinn Eighe for example has some great scrambling on the Eastern end of the main ridge. These pictures show Sara […]

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There are many ways to tackle An Teallach but the best way to experience the scale of the massif is to start from Corrie Hallie and walk South West to the steep east-facing slopes of Sail Liath. From there, a long haul onto the main ridge means you can traverse both munros and most of […]

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Stunning day on Liathach

On 12th July 2008 By

Sometimes mixed conditions can make mountain day unforgettable. Liathach in Torridon is a great castellated ridge that jumps to well over 3,000 feet from sea level inside 1.5 kilometres. Its steepness is given even more drama by its sandstone tiers and pinnacled ridge. On Wednesday last week the day started cold and misty with the […]

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June Rain

On 3rd July 2008 By

Karen, Judy, Mel and Karen proving it is possible to have fun in torrential rain in the Cuillin. This picture was taken in late June at the summit of Bruach Na Frithe.
This is usually a straight-forward peak manageable from the Sligachan but at the end of this day the burns you can normally […]

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