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September 30, 2008

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

Been hillwalking, winter walking and scrambling for around 12 years. I've no idea how many Munros, probably over 30 but it doesn't really matter anyway as I'd rather get on a rocky ridge than tick off a top. Scramble to grade 3 then above that rope up for the 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.

Climbed indoors and out since 2007. Trad and sports climbing both in UK and abroad. Was getting up to HS and VS leading, and seconding up to E1, . Have full rack and single ropes. Started winter climbing start of 2010, have seconded up to grade V, and can't remember grade I've led. Due to an injury though, have been out of it since 2013 so will be taking a big step back in grades when I get out again.

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

climbing, hillwalking, scrambling, (the more rocky the better) winter walking and climbing, coastal walks

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

assynt, lomond and trossachs, kintail, skye, cairgorms, torridon, in fact all over


I'm into rock climbing, winter climbing, hillwalking and scrambling, with the occasional mountain-biking or ski-ing. Keen to try other stuff as well, in fact anything that gets the adrenalin going.

What Jacqueline is saying about this Meetup Group

friendly and welcoming club. Always have great time on the climbing weekends.

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