As usual in these changed times, our meets are organised with small groups heading to different hills and with people travelling independently. People seem to be enjoying being in smaller groups and being able to choose from a range of activities. This week we had ten people – six club members and four prospective members […]
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As with the last few day meets, we’re having a series of mini-meets to keep the numbers in each group down to comply with the Government’s guidance. The Munro-baggers team saw Daniel, Tom, Brian, pooch Monty and Dougie all congregate at Loch Cuaich on the Knoydart road. A direct ascent of Spidean Mialach from the […]
Our Covid-19 day meets continue. We are organising meets so that we have a number of small parties on different hills or doing different things to comply with meet up rules. Also, because we are not car sharing, we try to avoid a large number of cars turning up at the same car park. One […]
Like the last day meet – and possibly a good few in future – this meet was in fact a series of mini-meets to allow for the prescribed maximum group size and maximum number of households. Thanks to Dan, John and Catherine for setting it all up. Wendell, Irene and Dan met at the car […]
It is good to be back on the hills. Our first outing after lockdown saw ten people in three parties head for three different locations, trying to keep parties small so we didn’t have too many cars going to the one place and following the rules about how many people can meet up. Steve and […]
This is a tale by Jim Convery of a winter trip to the Bowder Stone Hut in the Lake District in the early 1990’s. The photo is of Pillar. When I first came to Inverness in the late 1980’s and joined the IMC the possibility of a private enterprise trip to Lakes in November was […]
Thanks to Dougie Borthwick for this tale of two climbing styles. The photo is of the first ascent of the Great Prow of Blaven on Skye. It was a good combination, the aspiring rock ape and the cool ice man. Neither was completely comfortable in the other’s domain but both recognised the other’s flair for […]
This is a sad story about an incident near Cummingston the day after an IMC barbecue, when Ewen and two “friends” went for a nice easy bike ride along a railway embankment that, it turned out, had been eroded by the sea. As imagined by former member Pete Collin.
By Otis Lennox, a four-legged former member of the IMC. His first bothy was Strabeg, pictured above. After a long journey in the boot, the car pulled up – at last. I was dying to get out and cock my leg -stretch my legs. However, the walk to the bothy was great with lots of […]
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