Stats so Far

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WE DID IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Notable Figures:

Munros Climbed: 282!!!!!!!!!!!!!! . . . Started 4th January 2013 – Finished 14th December 2013 (and worked fulltime in between!!)

Check out our Highlights Video:

Munros in a Year Highlights Video for Vimeo from Jamie Aarons on Vimeo.

ScotlandOutdoors Article written by FionaOutdoors: http://www.scotoutdoors.com/features/couple-compleat-all-munros-in-a-year

UKHillwalking Article written by Dan Bailey: http://www.ukhillwalking.com/news/item.php?id=68614

Hills to go: ZERO!!!

Biggest Weekend: 21!!

Biggest Day: 12

Holy cow, only 20 to go! A’Ghlas-Bheinn 20/10/13

Holy cow, only 20 to go! A’Ghlas-Bheinn 20/10/13

The BIG 200, appropriately in the dark and rain!

The BIG 200, appropriately in the dark and rain! Ben Chonzie 14/08/13

Summit of Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan

Summit of Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan

Halfway, Baby!! 141 on 7/7/13

Halfway, Baby!! 141 on 7/7/13

Number 100 on 24th May

Number 100 on 24th May

Halfway up Number 71

Halfway up Number 71

A Mere 200 to go at the end of the day!

A Mere 200 to go at the end of 27th April!

Kilometres walked: watch this space, but it’s a lot!

Miles driven (still calculating, in horror):

Cheese & Pickle Sandwiches consumed: 272

Boxes of Frosties: 18

Packets of biscuits/cookies/brownies: 56

Classy!

Classy!

Packets of supernoodles: 78

Toenails lost: 4

Friends to join us: 28 (Carrie [joined us on the most!] & Chuck, Joe & Gaynor, Lorraine & Darren, Norah & Brendan, Jenny & James, Jamie, Jenny, Nicola & Matt, Gemma, Kyle, Heather, Mom (Donna) & Tore, Ian, Julie & Bosco, Tom P, Tom E, Megan & Danny, Stewart, Alys . . . any other takers??!)

Maps lost: 1 (2 if you count Darren’s that blew away when his map case was torn to smithereens by the Glen Coe breeze)

Maps found: 1 (Jamie’s first OS map of her very own, found on approach to Meall Ghaordaidh, presumably blown away from previous walkers in the increasing wind speed in May)

New recognised unit of measurement:  A Cameron Day – For those of you who aren’t familiar, a commonly used Munro guidebook is written by a gentleman named Cameron, whose route descriptions are widely followed. There are a lot more “Cameron days” than we have days available so we have to link together as many as possible, or do multiple “days” in one, if we stand any chance of success.

8 Comments

8 thoughts on “Stats so Far

  1. you guys are crazy. but I still wish I could join you for a munro or two. harumph.

  2. Maria

    Fantastic achievement! wishing you an easy and fun climb on the last Munro tomorrow. Wish I was with you but previous plans and all that. Still, sudhakar will be sure to give me all the chat.
    Have a great party too. Maria

  3. Very impressed by your achievement. Well done. Paul

  4. Lone Broadhead

    Well done – what an amazing achievement! ……..any plans for next year??
    Lone Broadhead

  5. Adele from the Netherlands

    Wow, very impressive!!

  6. Simone

    Awesome job you guys!!

    Was especially happy to see that biking across the river made it into the videoTWICE. I watched it an extra time for Jorge and then again :)

    Next adventure: may I suggest a move to someplace near Portland?!?

  7. Jon Mercer

    Fantastic achievement, well done, I’m hoping to finish them over the next few years !………

  8. peter v hetzner

    Jamie and Andy…amazing accomplishment and pictures! Pete Hetzner

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