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Großer Traithen
The second day of the NEWT!

21 July 2013

We're just back from the Naked European Walking Tour (NEWT), lots of reports and updates on it to follow

 

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Großer Traithen
Our second naked Alp!

20 August 2012

Our second naked Alp, Großer Traithen, became a comedy of errors involving missed trains, mobile phones lost and found and an accidental benighting at over 1300m!

Klausenberg summit.
Our first naked Alp!

3 August 2012

On a visit to the Bavarian Alps we bagged our first naked Alp, the Klausenberg. Full report to follow.

Stob a Choire Mheadhion.
Coming soon - Jumping for joy on Stob a Choire Mheadhion!

11 March 2012

Its been a few years, but we're back! We have lots of updates from over the last few years that we'll be releasing every couple of weeks. Check out the bottom of the main page to see when the site was last updated and how.

Carn Aosda - one of the easiest climbs in Scotland!.
Karla on Carn Aosda just before the wind blew over the Hasselblad on the tripod (ouch!).

1st September 2007

A week in Scotland hasn't gone too well. Really cold and windy weather, a dose of the runs for Stuart and an accident with our main camera meant we only climbed 2 munros. One, Carn Aosda was nothing special, but we revisited Beinn Ghlas and camped on the summit. We're hoping for some good photos from that one. We also got a really good skinny dipping update. We'll be sending our film off to be processed in the next few days.

Buachaille Etive Mor - one of Scotland's finest mountains.
Karla with the magnificent desolation of Rannoch Moor behind her.

1st July 2007

While the rain was drowning half of England, we were able to grab a single good day in the Highlands and managed to bag Stob Dearg on Buachaille Etive Mor. The wind was very cold, but the sun was out, and we had the summit to ourselves! Deteriorating weather meant we couldn't bag the second Munro on the mountain, but it was a great day out!

Geal Charn. An easy munro in the Pass of Drumocher with brilliant views at the summit.
Stuart finds the -9 degree C wind chill on Geal Charn rather nippy

16th April 2007

After a 7 month wait we have finally managed to get a week of munro bagging over the Easter period. The first half was spent in a mobile home staring at a cloud where Ben Nevis was supposed to be. Come mid-week we had enough and decided to go up Geal Charn in the Pass of Drumochter. The second half of the week was much warmer. We've now bagged Beinn Dorain and even got some skinny dipping in April melt water! We have to send the film off to be processed and this time we're going to stagger the updates rather than put them all up at once.

Stob Dubh, the biggest of the two peaks on Buachille etive Beag. Buachaille Etive More is in the background.
Karla, able to get naked again after being forced to momentarily put on some clothes

24 September 2006

Last week we went back to Scotland for a couple of job interviews. On the Saturday the weather was gorgous, some of the best weather we have ever seen in the hills so we bagged Buachaille Etive Beag. This meant we managed to get some naked climbing, some naked summiting and a totally naked descent!

Walking down Ciste Dubh
Stuart descends from the summit ridge of Ciste Dubh

2nd July 2006

We've just got back from a successful Munro bagging trip to Scotland, with three Munros bagged.

Ben More, Stob Binnein and Ciste Dubh in Glen Shiel have been bagged in the buff, with a nude descent made in rather high winds on Ciste Dubh!

Pictures and a full report will follow in a couple of weeks once we get the photos back from the lab. Check back soon!

Meall Corranich, realising how cold it would be on the summit
Karla freezes her bum off on Meall Corranich slightly before we gave up and went back to the car!!!

30th May 2006

We've been thrilled by all the positive responses to the new website, it's been a real pleasure to read the guest book. Thanks! On the news front we've just come back from a trip to Scotland. We're temporarily living on the south coast and plan to return to Scotland soon. In the meantime we're trying to get back for weekends and holidays when we can.

We've just come back from just such a weekend. Unfortunately, even though we drove back and forth the width and length of the highlands, the weather beat us. But not before we had a good go at Meall Corranich. We got some pics but the 50mph+ winds and hail made us re-consider continuing. We're returning again for a whole week this June and this munro is now top of our hit list. Photos will be coming soon after (when we get a scanner for 120 film that is).

P.S Sorry if we don't respond to emails very quickly, thanks to BT we have had very infrequent broadband connectivity for the last few months.