Friday 6th February

Out today with Phil on Cruach nam Miseag, Beinn Narnain. We climbed Hume’s Buttress, which gave a very entertaining route, which packed a lot in to it’s 200m, partly because it’s more like 300m. The delights included chockstones, caves, delicate traverses, turfy ramps and chimneys.

Conditions were good with with well frozen turf, solid snow where required and any seepages being well frozen. There’s a lot of ice about even down to quite low levels. No fresh snow all day, but some movement of old snow on a fresh northerly wind. 


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