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The White North: Part II

The White North: Part II

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Hamish Frost
October 2017 | Read
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- The Scottish Highlands, Part II - 


 In the second edition of his two-part photo blog, leading outdoor photographer Hamish Frost captures the art of skiing and exploring in the Scottish Highlands in full colour


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A winter camp on the summit plateau of Aonach Mor



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Who said Verbier was the freeride capital of the world? Why not go to the Cairngorms instead?
Todd O'Brien executes a classy entry into West Gully on Braeriach



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Accessing the Inaccessible: Jamie Bankhead guides a client up the Inn Pinn on the Isle of Skye, Scotland's only Munro requiring technical climbing to reach the summit



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Tight, technical couloir skiing on Britain's highest mountain: Niall MacPherson skis past water ice in the narrows of No.5 Gully, Ben Nevis



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Chasing down late season snow in the Cairngorms



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Pete Mackenzie eyeing up his line moments before dropping into the atmospheric Pinnacle Gully in the Cairngorms



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Spring skiing on the north east face of Stob Coire nan Lochan, Glencoe



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Skiers negotiating a tight and committing entry to No.3 Gully on Ben Nevis



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Morning Glory: Pete Mackenzie drops into Diagonal Gully in the Cairngorms as the sun rises over the Loch Avon basin



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The view over Fionn Loch at sunrise from the summit of A'Mhaighdean in Scotland's Great Wilderness



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Skiing off the west side of Ben Macdui, towards Cairn Toul and the Lairig Ghru



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Meall Dearg on the Aonach Eagach, a.k.a. The Chancellor, is the 590th highest peak in Britain and the 555th tallest in Scotland



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To find out more about Hamish Frost's photography, visit www.hamishfrost.com





 
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