High, dad! Moment seven-year-old boy joins his father as they scale 3,349ft Scottish Munro

Marcus McGinley and his father Martin, 36, tackled the Grade 3 route on Curved Ridge on 3349-ft tall Stob Dearg in the Highlands on Saturday, October 16.
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