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Monthly Archives: May 2010

Last call for female GPS courses

Only a few places remain on the first series of woman only GPS training courses to be run by the Mountaineering Council of Scotland and Chicks Unleashed. The one day course will begin with a short (approx 1 hour) introduction

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Kintail MRT to cycle 1,200 miles

Like others in Scotland, Kintail Mountain Rescue Team (KMRT) is a charity made up of a team of dedicated volunteers. They are currently based in Morvich in part of an old croft house and garage, but increasing demand for their

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4th Nature Photography Competition open for entries

Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) wants to find out what moves people about their photos of Scotland’s spectacular nature. The fourth annual Nature Photography Competition is now underway, looking for pictures showing-casing animals, plants or landscapes across Scotland. This free contest

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Spyke – the odyssey continues

Stephen Pyke’s non-stop Munro record attempt should now have entered its 10th day. The last couple of days have seen epic numbers of Cairngorm Munros ticked off during which Spyke has had to deal with snow on the ground and

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