Go Further!

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 pictures were kindly forwarded to us by Neil who claimed the Inaccessible Pinnacle was his first Munro! (but only because he touched the very top – something he refuses to do on every other hill he climbs.)

Inaccessible Pinnacle. Cuillin Ridge, Skye
Descending Skye’s Innaccessible Pinnacle on the first day. After this the team went on to do three more Munros – Sgurr na Banadich, Sgurr a Ghreadaidh and Sgurr a’ Mhadaidh.

Cuillin June 2011 - Ridge
Approaching the Northern end of the Ridge. On this day we climbed Sgurr nan Gillean, Am Bastair and Bruach Na Frithe.

Cuillin June 2011 - C and P
On the summit of Bruach na Frithe.

Cuillin June 2011 - team
Most of the team – descending west from the ridge after a long day and three Munros.

Cuillin June 2011 - Sunset
We had beautiful sunsets every evening.

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