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Challenging and fun
Accept the challenge of going onto steeper ground. There are “classics” which you might want to do---Crib Goch and Tryfan in North Wales. Jack’s Rake and Striding Edge in the Lakes. The Devil’s Ridge and Aonach Eagach in Scotland. And, many more routes---try something remote combining sailing and the Cuillin on the island of Rum. Scrambling along airy ridges gives a real sense of achievement.
We guide you so that scrambling is fun and at the same time your safety is paramount.
- Flying to Inverness will take you to Torridon. A wonderful day out is to traverse the Beinn Eighe ridge over the Black Carls Pinnacles or a major challenge is the Am Fasarinen Pinnacles on Liathach.
- Be in Llandudno in the evening by train and challenge yourself going up Tryfan’s North Ridge and down Y Gribin.
- Take the train to Penrith-3 hours from London-and scramble over the classic route Sharp Edge on Blencathra.