I really need to learn the names of the what Im doing etc (walkhighlands is a bloomin godsend) although I do refer to a map and my compass when Im walking so I just look at the terrain and I must say I need my glasses on (difficult when raining!), The Ballachullish horseshoe (now Im aware of what it is!) is a wonderful place and the only scrambling I did there (if it was scrambling) was the red gully on the way up and down Sgorr Donneil which was the year before. But at least knowing the places you mention means I can refer to it on here and have a wee bash practising when Im over there which is grand!
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