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Winter skills course- avalanche awareness
The weather for the weekend didn't look very promising with a lot of (up to 100mph on Cairngorm summit forecast for the evening) and heavy rain. After we met at in Aviemore and sorted out the equipment we headed up to the Cairngorm car park. There it became very quickly clear that we would get pretty wet. And so we did! First we worked a little on kicking steps just...
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I have spent 7 weeks on and off since November at Dhekelia in Cyprus to train soldiers from 1 SCOTS in kayaking. The regiment is currently spending its last few weeks, of a 6 month posting, at Nicosia as part of the UN peacekeepers on the island. As part of their time in Cyprus the soldiers are going throu adventerous training with a choice of mountain biking, climbing and kayaking. I...
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Just a follow up to the recent blog on what to wear when winter mountaineering. It is just as important what you would put inside your rucksack. Rucksack Let’s start with the bag. You should have a larger and sturdier rucksack than what you would use in summer. The recommended size would be between 45 and 60 litres. It sounds like a lot but it isn’t and it’s always best...
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Winter Skills Course - Avalanche awareness
Saturday morning started very well with glorious sunshine and no wind. We met up in Aviemore and after introduction got into sorting out the equipment. Crampons set up for the boots and off we drove up to the Cairngorm car park.   The avalanche conditions were quite favourable to. Considerable at Northeast to Southeast slopes and everything else lower. Since we were going to spend all day on westerly slope...
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Winter Mountaineering Course
It is pretty important to know what to wear when you go walking in the winter mountains in Scotland. You don't want to get cold when you stand around for a few minutes and you don't want to be too warm so you would sweat too easily and therefore cool down more when you rest. Let’s start nearest too the skin. Synthetic or wool base layer Synthetic or wool underwear...
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