Adam and Eve

Pictured By – Nigel Davies Adam and Eve, Tryfan-Arguably the most iconic of all Welsh mountains, Tryfan at a height of 917 meters rises out of the Ogwen Valley with a masterful presence which enchants the many thousands of people who make the annual pilgrimage to climb Wales most majestic of all mountains. Her legendry…

The Devil’s Kitchen

Pictured By – BobbyClegg The ‘Devils Kitchen’ or ‘’Twll Du’ in Welsh (Black Hole) stands guard over the southern head of Llyn Idwel, nestling in the heart of Cwm Idwal. It is an impressive and sometimes eerie sight for those choose to assail this way to summit Glyder Fawr and its smaller brother Glyder Fach.…

The Storr

Pictured By – Hynek Moravec The Storr at 719 meters a rocky hill on the Trotternish peninsula of the Isle of Skye in Scotland. The mountain is famous for its iconic obelisk shaped rock formations known as the Storr Sanctuary a very popular mountain for hillwalker and mountaineers alike. The views of the surrounding landscape…

The Storr Sanctuary

Pictured By – Nigel Homer The Storr Sanctuary is an iconic group of obelisk shaped rock formations on a mountain known as The Storr on the Trotternish peninsula of the Isle of Skye in Scotland. The Sanctuary is a very popular destination  for hillwalkers and mountaineers alike and the views of the surrounding landscape and…

The Chimney

Pictured By – Andrew Smith The Chimney, Helvellyn. Situated at the  final part  Striding Edge on the ascent to Helvellyn the walker is confronted with a scramble over a large iconic column of rock affectionately known ‘The Chimney’ that stands the walker  and the final scramble p to the summit.  For those not quite up to the…

The Cantilever

Pictured By – John Fielding The Cantilever. On the rocky outcrops of summit of Glyder Fach sits the remarkable Cantilever. The stone is a large rock slab, which when viewed from the correct angle appears to be precariously balanced. It had been said that with a number of weighty climber strategically positioned along its length,…

The Devil’s Point

Pictured By – Bruce McAdam The Devils Point is a 1004 meter high mountain in the Cairngorms of Scotland, lying to the west of the Lairig Ghru pass. The Gaelic name means “Penis of the Demon”. The views from The Devils Point are superb especially looking east to the Ben Macdui group and rest of…

Stac Pollaidh

Pictured By – Mehmet Karatay Stac Pollaidh at 612 meters is a mountain in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland. The peak is a colossal ice-smoothed lump with a distinctive spiky-topped ridge. It has been of fascination to geologists for years. Consisting of chocolate-red sandstone, it rests on the Precambrian metamorphic bedrock of Lewisian Gneiss, formed…

Suilven

Pictured By – Moyearo Suilven at 731 meters is one of the most distinctive and enigmatic mountains in the north west of Scotland. Lying in a remote area in the west of Sutherland, it rises almost vertically from the  wild and remote  landscape of moorland, bogs and lochans known as Inverpolly National Nature Reserve. Summit…

Sgurr Na Stri

Pictured By – Munro1986 Sgurr Na Stri is a fairly modest 494 meters high, but many seasoned walkers  describe it as one of  Britain’s finest viewpoints. The outlook from the top is fantastic with the breathtaking view of  Loch Coruisk below and the main Cuillin Ridge it is a truly awe-inspiring site. Summit Junkie -…