Munros are Scottish mountains that are higher than 3,000 feet (914m).
Quinn Young, climbed her very first peak when she was just three years old, on a Mountain top close to Loch Morlich.
Since then, the young climber from Duncan Forbes Primary has developed into a daring climber who has overcome wind, snow, & rainfall on some of the most infamous and difficult Munros.
Quinn has reached the top of every Scottish peak higher than 3,000 feet, having first scaled Ben Nevis when she was 5 years old.
About Her Last Conquest
The latest conquest was One of the twelve Munros she conquered with dad Ian was the isolated Càrn nan Gobhar, west of Inverness.
When Quinn was 10 years, 3 months, and 13 days old, the last rock was set on a cairn during the summit camp on Mullach na Dheiragain.
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The 47-year-old Mr. Young, who personally finished all the Munros last year, expressed his utmost pride in his daughter’s accomplishments.
What she has accomplished is just wonderful, he said.
She is a typical 10-year-old girl who attends school, enjoys drawing, and enjoys playing with her friends. I doubt that she is aware of what she has done.
“It’s incredible what these tiny ones can accomplish; they are so much more energetic and naturally agile than grownups.
She was sprinting up the hill telling me stories as she climbed up, and I was fighting to catch my breat (according Press and Journal)
Quinn’s name is now included at position 7033 in the Scottish Mountaineering Club’s “compleators” register.
One of the most challenging Munros to climb, the infamous Inaccessible Pinnacle, also known as In Pin, on the Isle of Skye, was scaled by her.