He said: "A video following my first expedition to climb all 284 Scottish peaks above 3000 feet / 914 metres (the Munros). Over 5 walks we covered 77km and over 5500m of ascent - that's only just shorter than Kilimanjaro!"
He said: This is a video of a climb of An Teallach, widely regarded as Scotland's finest mountain. It is remote - very remote 350 miles of travel for us from the Glasgow area, but we probably didn't go the most direct route, rather the most scenic route
Scotland's Mountains at their best- A Scottish wild camp high above Glen Etive.....
In April of 2013 three friends tackle the last of the winter weather to summit 6 Munro's in the Lairig Ghur area of the Cairngorms over three days. The night on the Cairngorm Plateau proved an exhilarating experience for all, as a storm blew in in the night, giving all an adventurous night. 6 Munro's were summited over the three days, each carrying approximately 20kg packs.
Hawk Flight to Fort William and the Scottish Highlands
Hawk flight from RAF Valley on Anglesey, high level transit and return with lots of low level mountain flying in the Great Glen, Glencoe, around Ben Nevis and Fort William.