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Hill Informed by Dave Hewitt

Odd gaps and bad steps

No matter how long someone has been climbing hills, there are always going to be gaps in the CV.

Published Apr 28, 2017 - Read more...

In praise of Beinn an Dothaidh

The penultimate day of July – one of the better-weather days in what was a poor month – saw a wander over Beinn Dorain and Beinn an Dothaidh with a couple of chess-Munroist pals.

Published Aug 12, 2015 - Read more...

A few thoughts on months – and on March in particular

The mid-April summerlike spell and subsequent wintry biteback notwithstanding, as I write this at the start of May it is unquestionably spring in central Scotland and on the nearby hills.

Published May 06, 2015 - Read more...

Sloping ledges, guano nightmares and a podium finish: Eddie Dealtry talks about the St Kilda stacks and climbing all the Marilyns

The first Marilyn completion came on 13 October 2014, after a wait of 22 years – and the second came around an hour later.

Published Oct 31, 2014 - Read more...

Seven hours on Stac Lee: how Rob Woodall became the first complete Marilynbagger

Some said it would never happen, but 22 years after publication the country's most problematic mainstream hill list has finally been completed.

Published Oct 17, 2014 - Read more...

Drop, distance and decision day: some thoughts on Marhofn 280.16

A few words of explanation for starters, given that some of those who read this will be wondering what in heaven’s name is Marhofn...

Published Aug 21, 2014 - Read more...

Navigational gaffes and GPS uncertainty

Quite what proportion of the UK walking and climbing community uses digital and electronic gadgets when out on the hill is hard to estimate.

Published Feb 05, 2014 - Read more...

Ridges, rounds and eclecticism

It’s less than two months since Finlay Wild’s remarkable sub-three-hour traverse of the Cuillin ridge

Published Nov 29, 2013 - Read more...

The watershed: a few thoughts

For the past while I’ve been taking a from-the-sidelines interest in an expedition attempted over the summer months by Chris Townsend.

Published Sep 09, 2013 - Read more...

The Curious Case of the Disappearing Path

The Curious Case of the Disappearing Path might sound like a lesser-known Sherlock Holmes story, but is actually a real-life situation on the hills just south of Crianlarich.

Published Jun 26, 2013 - Read more...

Spring 2013

The third Friday of April was a candidate for the first proper, without-doubt spring day of 2013 in the southern Highlands.

Published May 13, 2013 - Read more...

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