Summited via a fantastic Scotish Grade III 4 gully that was as interesting as anything I have climbed in Scotland. As soon as I find out it's name I'll add the route. Great day for climbing.
EDIT. Route was a variant of Right Hand Gully in Nameless Cwm
I've been over this peak many times, always in the Summer and mostly been blessed with good weather. Except for one day when I had to guide down in a complete whiteout a couple who were spending a 50th birthday with a day's walking!!
"It [climbing] is a sport which combines admirable physical exercise with pleasures of a purely intellectual kind. It is a sport which makes us young again... It is a sport which brings us face to face with nature, and puts us in a quest for the unknown... It is a sport which enables us to throw off the cares and troubles of life.. It is a sport that from some mysterious case appeals mainly to the cultivated intellect. 'Arry and 'Arriet would never climb a hill... Above all, it is a sport that makes a man. It teaches boldness, prudence, co-operation, self control."