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Alan M



Member since:

February 9, 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 done over 240 munros in summer and winter, have lots of experience of scrambling (e.g. the full Cuillin ridge, Forcan risge, Curbed ridge etc.), have done mountain marathons and Kilimanjaro.

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.

Can climb indoors up to 7A (at a push :-)).

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

Munros and rock climbing.

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

I'm currently focussing on NW Scotland, as that's where most of the Munros are that I still need to do.


I'm a keen Munro bagger (and starting on the Corbetts as well now), and also climb indoors most weeks in Glasgow.

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