Monthly Archives: March 2012

‘Foreign’ holiday: Aonach Eagach

I don’t normally include foreign climbing trips in this blog, but no outdoor blogger can resist writing a post about last weekend: warmer than many a summer day, and it only March yet! And I wasn’t in the Cairngorms at … Continue reading

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Refuting the case for destruction of Garbh Choire Refuge

I received a rather longer than usual response to the Garbh Choire Refuge page from George Allan, a member of the North East Mountain Trust. Rather cheekily, he includes a case for removing the refuge, presumably mistaking this for an impartial … Continue reading

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Why save the Garbh Choire Refuge?

  It’s small – tiny even – but the Garbh Choire Refuge has been a welcome sight for many a climber and walker, even after their joy at reaching it has been tempered by the realisation of how dilapidated it … Continue reading

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