Munros

Scotland has 282 Munros - mountains over 3000 feet (914.4m). The rev Robertson was the first person known to have climbed all the Munros in 1901 becoming the first official "Munro compleator".

Nine Ibex members have also rather more recently completed all the Munros and the club hopes to reach double figures soon.

1. 1989 - Donald Millichap - final Munro Ben More, Mull

2. 1996 - Peter Wells - final Munro Meall Ghaordaidh

3. 2000 - George Hall - final Munro Stob Coire Raineach

George Hall on Stob Coire Raineach

George also completed all the Corbetts (Scottish mountains over 2500 feet) in 2009 on Beinn Bhan, Lochaber and then completed all the Grahams (Scottish mountains over 2000 feet) in 2019 on Stob a'Ghrianain.

4. 2012 - David Watts - final Munro Ben More, Mull

David Watts and friends on Ben More Mull
David Watts and friends on Ben More Mull

For more photos see David's club night presentation on his Munro experiences.

5. 2013 - Susan Watts - final Munro Maol Chean-dearg

Susan Watts and friends on Maol Chean-dearg
Susan Watts and friends on Maol Chean-dearg

For more photos see Susan's club night presentation on her Munro experiences.

6. 2014 - Dave Wilson - Dave "recompleted" on An Stuc.

Dave Wilson and friends on Ciste Dubh

Dave completed all the then Munros in 1990 on Buachaille Etive Mor before joining Ibex. An Stuc was promoted to Munro status in 1997, so we celebrated "recompletion". Dave completed all the Corbetts in 2016 on Ben Vrackie.

7. 2018 - Peter Ramell - final Munro Ciste Dhubh

Peter Ramell and friends on Ciste Dubh
Peter Ramell and friends on Ciste Dubh

8. 2019 - Rachel Bracha - final Munro Sgurr nan Coireachan, Glen Dessary

Rachel Bracha and friends on Sgurr nan Coireachan
Rachel Bracha and friends on Sgurr nan Coireachan

9. 2019 - Judith Barnes - final Munro Ben Lomond

Judith Barnes and friends on Ben Lomond
Judith Barnes and friends on Ben Lomond