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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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Fresh Snow For Easter

On 9th April 2009 By

Whilst the crags on the coast were bathed in sunshine giving pleasant, dry rock climbing, challenging walking conditions were to be had yesterday 1000 meters up on An Teallach. Gair, David and Jonathon carefully negotiating the goat path below the famous Corrag Bhuidhe buttress on their way to Sgurr Fiona which is one of An […]

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Spring 2009

On 8th April 2009 By

Here are a couple of images from our our early season so far. The official start of Spring 2009 brought with it a few days of warm, sunny and calm weather. Wonderful hill walking conditions. The first picture looks north east from Beinn Airigh Charr (791 meters) over the beautiful Fionn Loch towards […]

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Winter An Teallach

On 17th December 2008 By

As the cold snap continues, these pictures were taken on the same day from the summit ridge of An Teallach in early december on a mountain rescue training exercise. The lower picture was taken at about 10am when we were near the summit of Sail Liath (945m) looking south East. The Top picture is from […]

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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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Perfect Conditions

On 23rd April 2008 By

April has brought some of the best mountaineering and climbing conditions we’ve seen for a few years. The month started cold and dry with a few frosts down to sea level. As the days turned increasingly sunny, a sharp easterly breeze with very low humidity meant the North West Highlands had the best weather in […]

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Shades of Grey

On 2nd January 2008 By

Although forecast for broken sunshine, December 29th brought a long spell of miserable horizontal hail and sleet. Winter days like this present their own challenges such as difficult navigation while staying out of the worst winds. For example, on Thursday Helen, Simon and Tom were undaunted by the early conditions and wanted to stick to […]

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Wild conditions

On 2nd December 2007 By

This weekend saw some stormy cold weather sweep over the North West bringing some wild winter conditions to the higher tops. This picture, taken yesterday, is from the summit of Sgurr Fiona on An Teallach looking south to Gleann Na Muice.The strong south westerly brought significant snow showers that settled above 800 meters.

The […]

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