The Rev Moira Herkes, whose church serves the nearby areas of Glencoe and Ballachulish, said the climbers would not be forgotten.
It is very distressing, because people come here for pleasure and when something like this happens it hurts everyone involved.This is a very beautiful place, but at times it can be very dangerous.
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