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Old Dec 26th 2019, 12:50 pm
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Those hills are dangerous. The locals respect them. Not always the case with visitors. Even in a group it can be risky,

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Those hills are dangerous. The locals respect them. Not always the case with visitors. Even in a group it can be risky,

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Definitely. Buachaille Etive Mor isn't the most technical of climbs either but you can't be complacent on the hills at all.
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Definitely. Buachaille Etive Mor isn't the most technical of climbs either but you can't be complacent on the hills at all.
depends on the route. I would think at this time of year it might be crampon and ice axe time, I don't know the current weather.
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i remember this which happened just after I did teacher training in Edinburgh.
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