Nice one!! Would be good to have some grades?
Looks wicked, is there any similar info been put together for Lewis?.. any bouldering on Lewis? Off up for a week in a couple of weeks and fancy a bit of exploring..
Hi Fatneck, the actual vimeo page has grades for everything in the video.
Quote from: Probes on April 09, 2014, 11:16:33 amLooks wicked, is there any similar info been put together for Lewis?.. any bouldering on Lewis? Off up for a week in a couple of weeks and fancy a bit of exploring..richieb is your man for this, some great stuff he's done on his flick pagehttps://www.flickr.com/photos/richiebetts/5655136248/ and a few others on there.There's some stuff documented at the Port of Nis, not just the SoC cloudcuckoo stuff. Which route are you taking? From Ullapool or Skye? If you are going via Skye, there's stuff at the south end of Harris.http://www.smc.org.uk/downloads/NewRoutes2010.pdf see page 4 onwards. And some other documented stuff has been done around Clisham.
Great to see this.You should all visit Rum, it is one of the most magical places in the UK. It has a unique environment, for those that don't know, an attempt is being made to recreate the natural habitat of Scotland before the sheep. The western cliffs are reliable place to see White-tailed Sea Eagles, the largest bird of prey in Britain, a very impressive sight. If you're lucky you might see Orcas from the ferry as we did. Bivi'ing on the west coast and up on Askival are good ways to avoid the diabolical midges if you can only get there in high summer and spending a night in the mountains also lets you experience the amazing ghostly cries of the Manx Shearwaters. You could make a brief mention of the geology: Torridonian sandstone, Basalt - I presume from little Dumby, and Gabbro. The variety of great-for-climbing rock types in a small area might be an attraction?
Nice, surfing I assume?http://www.eoropaidh.co.uk/webcam.htm
Bad Behavior has blocked 893 access attempts in the last 7 days.