We’re back and so is winter!

We have been a little busy developing new aspects of the business and as such a little quiet on our blog over the last year but here we go for our second round.

Over the coming months we will be blogging about what we are doing, from delivering Duke Of Edinburgh trainings and assessments, Mountain Training Hill & Mountain Skills courses, Climb Snowdon days, running training and races, as well as a few gear test, tips and tricks to help you get the most of your time outdoors and in the mountains.

For now though here are a few images from the year so far.

The Devils Ridge in Scottish Winter

The Devils Ridge in Scottish Winter

During an early Scottish Winter day in the Mamores looking out toward Ben Nevis

During an early Scottish Winter day in the Mamores looking out toward Ben Nevis

One of the Mountain Training Association winter CPD meet workshops at Glenmore Lodge

One of the Mountain Training Association winter CPD meet workshops at Glenmore Lodge

During a magical day out above Newtonmore we saw nearly 10 of these little guys from a distance but on the way down we managed to get up close to this little lovely.  the UK's only true arctic animal.

During a magical day out above Newtonmore we saw nearly 10 of these little guys from a distance but on the way down we managed to get up close to this little lovely. the UK’s only true arctic animal.

Taking a break from relentless winds for a bite to eat. Staying warm thanks to Jottnar and Arc'tyrex.

Taking a break from relentless winds for a bite to eat. Staying warm thanks to Jottnar and Arc’teryx.

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