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For photographs of our Munro bagging trips follow link to the photo gallery


The Munros are the highest and some of the finest of Scotland's mountains. The Munro’s are a list of separate mountains, as drawn up by Sir Hugh T. Munro in the Scottish Mountaineering Club Journal in 1891. His intention was to list the Scottish mountains of 3000ft and over which were of 'sufficient separation' from neighbouring tops to merit a listing. Through regular use the mountains in this list have become known as the Munros. The current list of 284 Munros and 511 tops is from the 1997 revision of the Munro tables. Under the metric system, a Munro has to be 914.4m or higher.

George "completed" a round of the Munro's during 2008 finishing on the summit of Ben More on Mull on the 15th August 2008.

Since then George has started on a second round.