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January 30, 2011

Can you confirm that you have read the "About Scottish Hillwalking & Activities Group" section of the website available by clicking on the "Pages" menu option or at ?


Please give some indication of your walking experience, i.e. total beginner, just local hills, Munros (roughly how many), winter experience, scrambling, foreign trips?

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.

Can you indicate your rock climbing experience (if not relevant please put "None") - i.e. how long have you been climbing, how current are you, types of climbing, rough grades and some idea of equipment held.

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.

What kind of walks/climbs would you like to do?

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.

Where are your favourite or preferred places for walking/climbing?



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