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The White North: Part II

The White North: Part II

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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


A winter camp on the summit plateau of Aonach Mor
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
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
Tight, technical couloir skiing on Britain's highest mountain: Niall MacPherson skis past water ice in the narrows of No.5 Gully, Ben Nevis
Chasing down late season snow in the Cairngorms
Pete Mackenzie eyeing up his line moments before dropping into the atmospheric Pinnacle Gully in the Cairngorms
Spring skiing on the north east face of Stob Coire nan Lochan, Glencoe
Skiers negotiating a tight and committing entry to No.3 Gully on Ben Nevis
Morning Glory: Pete Mackenzie drops into Diagonal Gully in the Cairngorms as the sun rises over the Loch Avon basin
The view over Fionn Loch at sunrise from the summit of A'Mhaighdean in Scotland's Great Wilderness
Skiing off the west side of Ben Macdui, towards Cairn Toul and the Lairig Ghru
Meall Dearg on the Aonach Eagach, a.k.a. The Chancellor, is the 590th highest peak in Britain and the 555th tallest in Scotland
To find out more about Hamish Frost's photography, visit

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