Cheers Sarah, something to tempt you over to the other side of the pond???
If this page doesn't end up on the front page then my name is Dolly the sheep.
Thanks very much, and thanks for the recommendation.
All the best
I think I can't resist:
Thanks Lee, I was going to just say Baaaaaah, but it seems you were right!!!
Actually, I believe the Rolling Stones already covered this topic in 1965 when Mick Jagger sang:
"Hey, McCloud, get off of my ewe!"
...or something like that...
I can't imagine the amount of work that it took!
Cheers for the comments. 6 months and a bit of to and froing, so not much!
Yes, cheers for that. To be fair it was an interesting process.
What a page! Great work and effort that you guys put into it. TONS of info, it makes me want to visit Scotland now. Cheers!
Cheers Woodzy, the area has a lot to recommend it, you should defiantly try and visit sometime.
well done guys, the page is detailed and illustrated excellently. I think the standard is very high and could well be published in hard copy to form a modern guide book to the area.
Cheers Johnnie, thanks for the accolade! Just glad that you like it.
Thanks so much for pulling together such a great resource. I've been fortunate enough to climb in Scotland five out of the last six years (and another opportunity coming up in a month). I'd live there if they'd have me!
Cheers for the comments Myles. Where you off to next month?
Going to meet my partner over there in Aviemore, and we'll climb somewhere near there. Only have a couple of days before rejoining my wife on holiday. Going to try and give her the hill-walking bug this trip.
Thanks Myles, hope you have a great time while you're over here. The Cairngorms area certainly a great place to introduce someone to hill walking.
My sincere compliments and a big 'thank you' to the team! This is really on the highest professional level.
Thanks Vid. Your kind words are very much appreciated by us.
Yes, thanks Vid, glad you like it.