Traditionally the Cuillin Ridge traverse is done from South to, starting at Sgurr nan Eag. Moving north you first take on the TD gap or bypass it to climb Sgurr Alasdair. Sgurr Thearlaich brings excellent scrambling on very exposed slabs before the climb up Kings Chimney or bypassing around the famous ledge known as Collie’s or Hart’s ledge. The Inaccessible Pinnacle comes next followed by Sgurr na Banachdaich. Hopefully we will be going well and continue over Sgurr a Ghreadaidh, descend into An Dorus and climb up towards Sgurr a Mhadaidh for our overnight bivi. Starting as the sun rises on day two, we head over the four tops of Sgurr a Mhadaidh, onto Bidean Druim nan Ramh and An Casteal before the long uphill section to the summit of Bruach na Frithe. Nearly finished now with just the epic scrambling to climb Am Bastier and then the West Ridge of Sgurr nan Gillean, the final peak.