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Nevis Faces – Helen Rennard

Helen Rennard is an accomplished winter alpinist living in Fort William. When not helping the local community through her job as a social worker, Helen spends all her time either training for her climbing or out in the mountains climbing hard mixed routes.

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Helen Rennard has been involved in many first ascents of hard mixed routes on Ben Nevis and around the Scottish highlands. She is a specialist in Scottish mixed climbing—rimed or snowed up rock, frozen turf and ice routes which are revered by alpinists around the world.


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