I was last in the Hebrides 14 years ago at the age of 6, so it was interesting to revisit this fascinating and beautiful chain of islands that mark the western most reaches of all the Scottish islands.
Unfortunately, despite there being some of the most amazing gneiss (or maybe rock full stop) in the country, and some gogarth-sized cliffs that are relatively unexplored, i was without a motivated partner, and as my mum kept reminding me, this was a "none-climbing-focused" family holiday.
|The Hebrides from the air.|
|Me and my sister bouldering on the "Wave Wall" of the north coast.|
|This wide wall was made for climbing on.|
|Amazing sculpted jugs, crimps and breaks everywhere. I must get myself to Pabbay next year!!|