As part of the Pure Lubrication team’s fundraising efforts, we are supporting The Trussell Trust, our chosen charity of the year for 2021. More and more people are being forced to use food banks because they cannot afford the basics in life. Food banks in The Trussell Trust’s network provided 1.6 million three-day emergency food parcels to people in crisis, with over 500,000 of these going to children.

Callum and Andrew will be doing our best to raise some vital funds for The Trussell Trust by embarking on climbing the 11 Munro’s on the Cuillin Ridge on the Isle of Skye from the 6-9th July 2021. The Black Cuillins is said to be the most technically challenging high mountain ridge in the British Isles. The highlight of this challenge is the narrow blade of rock that forms the summit of Sgurr Dearg also known as the Inaccessible Pinnacle which we will tackle on day 2. Over 4 days, we will summit the 11 Munros which have a combined height of 10,503 metres or 34,459 feet. (Mount Everest is 8,849 metres or 29,032 feet).

1 Sgurr nan Eag 924 metres 3032 feet
2 Sgurr Dubh Mor 944 metres 3097 feet
3 Sgurr Alasdair 991 metres 3251 feet
4 Sgurr Mhic Choinnich 948 metres 3110 feet
5 Sgurr Dearg – the ‘In-Pinn’ 985 metres 3232 feet
6 Sgurr na Banachdich 965 metres 3166 feet
7 Sgurr a’Ghreadaidh 972 metres 3189 feet
8 Sgurr a’Mhadaidh 918 metres 3012 feet
9 Sgurr nan Gillean 964 metres 3163 feet
10 Am Basteir 934 metres 3064 feet
11 Bruach na Frithe 958 metres 3143 feet
  Total 10,503 metres 34,459 feet

Like a lot of people, fitness levels have suffered during lockdown, but we do love a challenge. Please support us if you can and whilst we’re aware that people get asked for donations from many places, any little amount will help.

To support Andrew and Callum on their munro challenge, please click the picture to the right to direct you to our Just Giving page: