Wednesday, 7 August 2013

Rock climbing instruction on the sublime granite of the Ross of Mull.

Having waxed lyrical yesterday about the Autumn being only just around the corner. The Ross of Mull yet again produced a wonderfully sunny and warm day. I was teaching rock climbing for Hebridean Pursuits with a youth group on the perfect pink granite crags of the Ross of Mull. Set above pristine white shell beaches and emerald waters these quiet crags offer a good introduction to the art of crack and slab climbing. The sun has shone all day and the northerly breeze keep us pleasantly cool and repelled any midge attacks!

Instructor Dan Goodwin demonstrating the art of climbing. 

The 'Burg' across Loch Scridain, Mull. Tavool House Outdoor Centre is located on the coast below the cloud on the left of picture. 

A perfect venue to learn to climb.