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 […]Continue Reading →
Here’s a picture of An Teallach from an unusual angle. Taken last week while running on near ‘coffin path’ that connects Dundonnell to the settlements of Loch Broom. The shot was taken from Bruthach na Garbh Choille to the east of Corrie Hallie – on the other side of Dundonnell River. In the foreground […]Continue Reading →
Over the years we’ve been on the mountain or trail with many people who have said they would be keen to try new ways of exploring the wildest corners of the Far North West. Inspired by this message, we decided to offer something totally unique – an intensive three-days of relentless outdoor adventure…Our idea was […]Continue Reading →
An Teallach seemed very quiet yesterday. Kenny and I both had the feeling that we were the only people in the coire and on the mountain. This may well not have been the case, but we didn’t see or hear a soul all day. Along with the peace and quiet, we enjoyed Hayfork Gully (I) […]Continue Reading →
Here are a couple of pictures from our latest outing on An Teallach. Best conditions yet for a classic traverse of the whole ridge.
Part of the scramble along the Corrag Bhuidhe buttress.
The Corrag Bhuidhe buttress from Bidein a’ Ghlas Thuill. The first Munro on the traverse is Sgurr Fiona […]Continue Reading →
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 […]Continue Reading →
Thirteen-year-old George and his Dad, Steve, completed a full traverse of An Teallach last week including the pinnacles and the ‘Bad Step’ on the Corrag Bhuidhe buttress – one of the best scrambles in the area.
These pictures were taken between the end of the Pinnacle Ridge and Lord Berkeley’s Seat just before a […]
A full traverse of An Teallach is one of our biggest days out with few less than around 9 hours. On Tuesday Susie and Chirantan wanted to complete the traverse and include some navigation practise during the day. We started off in brightening conditions but as the weather became less and less comfortable it became […]Continue Reading →
After a couple of weeks of milder weather in March the winter returned with another long spell of calm high pressure and bitterly cold temperatures on the summits. This lasted well into April when these pictures were taken during a winter round of An Teallach.
Here the group is approaching the rounded summit ridge of […]Continue Reading →
Truly incredible winter conditions started early in Wester Ross and hardly changed through to mid-January. This picture looks directly south into the sun just after the shortest day of 2009 just after Christmas. In the middle is An Teallach’s Sgurr Fiona with the pinnacled ridge running to the left and the Western ridge on […]Continue Reading →
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