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milvus   on 01/09/18 @ 22:57 said:

Been lucky enough to do Ben Nevis twice with some OD friends, had stunning weather/views both times. CMD route last time was pretty unforgettable.Milv

catwalker   on 02/09/18 @ 21:02 said:

I would have to say my journey up Snowdon via Crib Goch route in the snow, April 2016 with OD. Simply euphoric!!

womble   on 04/09/18 @ 6:51 said:

Hoping mine is coming later this week - off to Knoydart to climb Ladhar Beinn. Sadly looks as if this spectacular summer is set to collapse just in time!

Elderflower   on 04/09/18 @ 16:09 said:

I'm with Catwalker as we did it together and it will never be forgotten!

Rob68   on 04/09/18 @ 23:16 said:

A trek to Everest base camp in 1999. Watched the sunset at base camp, turning Mt Everest into a giant red pyramid in the sky. Then a scramble in the dark with torches to the top of Kala Patthar to look at the stars. Wonderful experience

catwalker   on 05/09/18 @ 13:49 said:

Or was it that surreal moment, sat outside a bothy, watching red deer trotting into the sea off the island of Rhum 2006? Must check out the photos again!

climbtogger   on 05/09/18 @ 17:49 said:

Climbing the Dent Du Geant 4013m Chamonix Mont Blanc. We were first on the summit the day of our ascent, spectacular free abseil of the top...right Italy, left France never forgotten.

Cathy (and David )   on 05/09/18 @ 19:24 said:

Sgurr nan Gillean,Skye, May 2016. Completely clear day...perfect company and Oh,what an airy scamble to the top.

Lazlo Woodbine   on 07/09/18 @ 10:04 said:

Completing the Snowdon horseshoe 6 months after being told by doctors that my hill walking days were over.

Maz   on 21/09/18 @ 15:21 said:

So many days of fun and adventures but this was the most recent. Completing my first scary solo day on the Black Cuillin back in May. Needed( obviously subjective use of the word ) to bag my final 3 Cuillin so set off to bag Sgurr Mhic Choinnich all on my lonesome. Not too difficult but needed a fair amount of focus and calm decision making on the exposed bits. Biggest smile ever when I arrived at the far end of the ridge, then realised I had to reverse my route and it always looks different in reverse
Survived to bag the other two the following day - Ghreadaidh and Mhadaidh. One happy Munro bunny.

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