Dave MacLeod and Calum Muskett climbing a new 350m route on the island of Foula, Shetland. The route heads up Nebbifeld, one of the UK's largest sea cliffs.
With a population of around 30, Foula is one of Britain's most remote inhabited islands and leaves a lasting impression on everyone who visits.
The crofting townships on the narrow coastal strip are dwarfed by the island's five dramatic peaks (Da Noup, Hamnafield, Da Sneug, Da Kame, and Soberlie). On the west coast are Shetland's biggest and most spectacular cliffs.
What better place for an adventure!?