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Skye Munros

Skye Munros

Postby dram » Mon Jul 16, 2018 8:33 pm

Hi, I'm looking to go to Skye to complete my Munros. I still have to do Sgurr Mhic Choinnich, The In Pin, Sgurr nan Gillean, Am Bastier and Bruach na Frithe. These can all be achieved over 2 days walking. I would be happy to share a guide or to go with someone/ some people who have the know how and ability to do these with me (safely). I am flexible for dates and would usually be able to go at a few days notice. Hopefully look forward to hearing from someone.
Cheers, Donald, Auchterarder , Perthshire
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Re: Skye Munros

Postby Hengis Pod » Sun Aug 19, 2018 11:33 am

Hi Donald

Not sure if youve organised anything but Ime willing share a guide on Sgurr nan Gillean, Am Bastier and Bruach na Frithe.
Will have to be next year now though, say may time.

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Re: Skye Munros

Postby FrankieD » Sun Sep 16, 2018 5:52 pm

Hi, have a look at the SYHA holidays. They do a great package including guide, accommodation at Glenbrittle youth hostel for a week and (weather permitting) do all 12 munros on Skye or as many as you can do. The guide supplied all climbing kit for the In pin - a great week.
Alternatively Google George Yeomans,a very informative and knowledgeable guide. Regards Frank
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