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The White North: Part I

The White North: Part I

Hamish Frost
October 2017 | Read

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- The Scottish Highlands, Part I - 

 In the first edition of a two-part photo blog, leading outdoor photographer Hamish Frost captures the art of skiing and exploring in the Scottish Highlands, anticipating the journey towards winter that begins with the first snows of autumn  


Playtime in the Back Corries: Liam Swanson hucking a cornice on the east side of Aonach Mor



Mind the gap: Blair Aitken making light work of the cornice at the top of Number 5 Gully, Ben Nevis



Tom Southworth skiing his last line of the day in Coire Dubh on Aonach Mor



Powder for breakfast: Kev Neal skiing the eastern slopes of Aonach Mor at first light after a winter camp on the summit plateau of the mountain


Winter descends on Rannoch Moor


Al Todd skiing down towards Rannoch Moor as the sun sets behind Buachaille Etive Mòr


Descending the western slopes of Aonach Mor as clouds envelop Ben Nevis and Carn Mor Dearg in the background


Andy Bryce looks back down the cliffs of Coire an Lochan following a solo climb up the classic Dorsal Arete


Between winter storms, sunlight breaks onto the eastern flanks of Quinag in the far Northwest Highlands


Into the unknown: Pete Mackenzie getting his edges in on the top section of Tower Gully, Ben Nevis


A bluebird early season day in the Back Corries on Aonach Mor


Exploring the Mamores on skis


To find out more about Hamish Frost's photography, visit

The second part of this photo blog will be published here on LEGEND next week.


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