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Klaas W.



Member since:

April 15, 2012

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?

Couple Munros, some solo hill running/scrambling in winter and summer

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.

Climbing since 2012 again. Bouldering indoor/outdoor, leading/seconding ~6a/6c indoor, outdoor HVS/5a second S lead, winter IV/5 second, alps PD solo. Have rock climbing rack, ice rack, pair of 60m half ropes, etc.

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

Scottish winter climbing was cool. Trad in Lakes was cool too. Would like to do big routes in Alps PD/AD solo fast or as a rope team AD/D (TD)

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

Exposed, high, cold, and rocky


Into climbing, mountaineering, and mountain running

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