Friday, 7th February 2014 by Richard
Three winter days in Bergen: mountains, museums and cake!
Friday, 7th February 2014 by Pete
This morning it is snowing so hard it’s like the sky is falling in! Hard to believe that yesterday was clear and sunny. But it was. Perfect for a well timed Burfday descent of the Vallée Blanche…
Wednesday, 5th February 2014 by Pete
It’s become a bit of a tradition to take the first week of February as a skiing trip; it offers two fantastic things, usually some of the best snow conditions, and the week incorporates my birthday. Why not? I pay pay for the queen to have a holiday on her birthday every year, why shouldn’t […]
Tuesday, 21st January 2014 by Elsie
There’s a lot of guesswork involved in Scottish winter climbing. Making decisions about where to go, and whether conditions will be amenable to climbing. It’s been even more of a gamble this year, with a lot of stormy, wet and much milder conditions than we’ve been used to in recent years.
Monday, 13th January 2014 by Elsie
Last weekend I climbed Yukon Jack in Coire an T-Sneachda with Adrian. It was a nice climb to start the winter climbing season. But this weekend, we wanted to get away from the crowds and head somewhere different. The weather looked better in the East, so we thought Lochnagar might be a good alternative.
Monday, 13th January 2014 by Amy
Skoki Lodge is a classic back country ski tour. My friend Val has done it many times and I had always fancied it.
Sunday, 12th January 2014 by Pete
It seems like it has been raining enough recently to enable Noah to prepare for a perfect maiden journey. However, the weekend was set to be rain free. Hooray!
Monday, 6th January 2014 by Keith
It’s just after Halloween and Thomas the Tank Engine doesn’t believe in ghosts, or does he?