Good article about tube-hikers (Darwin, Dixie & Second Chance)

Discussion in 'Media Links' started by Lempo, Nov 8, 2019.

  1. OwenM

    OwenM Ultralighter

    There's a bypass path that leads you past the main scramble if you aren't comfortable on the rocky bits.
  2. PhilHo

    PhilHo Thru Hiker

    I don't mind the rocky bits it is rocky bits + exposure that get me thinking. TBH some of the bypass paths on the Lake District edges (for example) look more dangerous than the rock. I guess some of these Torridon Munros are similar. I think I need to find someone more experienced than me to go up with.
  3. OwenM

    OwenM Ultralighter

    Yes having company certainly helps. The scramble west to east is easier as far as the summit but not beyond it. So if you go that way, go to the top and then go back on yourself and use the bypass. Or if going east to west get someone to top rope you up Lord Berkeley's seat.
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