January 30, 2011
I've been walking for roughly 4 1/2 years now, climbed 100 Munros in summer and winter. In winter I've also climbed a few grade I/II routes, like the Aonach Eagach Ridge and West Gully on Beinn an Dothaidh. My scrambling experience is partly learned on Scottish mountains as well as abroad. With the group I have been climbing/scrambling in Calpe, Spain and sports climbing in Kalymnos, Greece and out with the group also in the French Alps. In the Alps I spent time walking on lower and higher terrain covering walking, alpinism/mountaineering and sports climbing.
I've been climbing for roughly 3 years indoors and outdoors. Indoor climbing is a mix of bouldering and top rope/lead climbing. Outside I mainly climb trad, mostly as a second. My trad climbing involves multi and single pitch. As said above I also climb in winter in the lower grade range.
Most of the walks I do are Munros and Corbetts. I really enjoy winter walks with lots of snow in the hills and added climbing to the list, summer and winter. I'd like to do more alpinism and more winter climbing.
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