Climbing in the Outer Hebrideas

Rich and 6 climbing mates are just back from a jolly to Scotland Rock Climbing in the Outer Hebrideas:

Sandray is a tiny uninhabited island off the southern tip of the Hebridean chain, accessed via private charter boat from Barra. It is less well known than it’s famous sisters Pabbay and Mingulay, but the climbing is equally good and the wildlife truly spectacular!

With 7 days of sunshine in a Robinson Crusoe setting, camping wild by a golden sandy beach, they enjoyed some brilliant sea cliff climbing, fishing, seals, dolphins, basking sharks, beer, hacky sack…

The islands make for a great all round holiday and this season has seen some of the best weather up there for years. Can’t wait to get back!

Andy Benson new routing on Easter Island Wall, Sandray