June to early July was the busiest month we can remember. Overall, we organised tailored guiding for more than 25 people over nearly as many days.
The month kicked off when Eric reached the summit of the Old Man of Hoy with Paul on the 3rd of June. Eric developed a passion for sea stacks last year when he joined us for several rock climbing days during which we tackled the Old Man of Stoer.
As well as a series of other rock climbing days, we also ran scrambling days out on Liathach (twice), An Teallach (twice) and Stac Pollaidh. Thirteen-year-old George (pictured left high on the flanks of Sail Liath) traversed both munros on An Teallach as well as the Corrag Bhuidhe pinnacles.
We ran four separate expeditions to Skye over 10 days. Hamish completed the whole ridge over two days, Mary and friends tackled their last Munros on the Island and another group of four managed all the Cuillin munros in just four days.
Other highlights of the month included rock climbing as part of the Wild About Gairloch festival, rock climbing instruction at Jetty Crag near Dundonnell and a traverse of all six of the Fisherfield Munros over two days.
Please get in touch if you are interested in any of these activities.
Alistair learning to abseil on June 5th for a sea-stack attempt.
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