They always say that solo hiking isn’t for everyone. Now that I’ve done it, I understand why… but I also know that it’s definitely one hundred percent for me!
When Dan signed up for a reverse five ferry challenge starting from Wemys Bay and ending at Brodick, the main city on the Isle of Arran, I knew it was the perfect excuse for me to go do a whole day of walking. I’ve never been to the island before and I never went off on my own either, so it just made sense to spend the day with some recreational hiking. Read on »
I have something very exciting to share, but not yet… keeping silent about it is literally killing me! Until I can share it though, it’s high time that I tell you about what I got up to last weekend: I finally got around to bagging my second munro, Meall Greigh. Read on »
Camping trips in the Highlands are always a great source of excitement for me. I’m far from an authority on the topic, but I sure do know how to keep comfortable sleeping outdoors. You are much more likely to find the glam in glamping if you’re well prepared, and this means kitting out.
When it comes to heading up to the Scottish Highlands, I’m the kind of person who just gets in the car and sees where the road takes them. The Boy on the other hand is consistently fantastic at scouting out the best road trips ahead of time.
A bad cold would not deter us. I got over my cough as fast as I could and now the car is packed ready to head up-country! Stay tuned for windy single track roads, sheep in stark landscapes, gentle river valleys, shallow-pale sun-rays, mist and pouring rain. We’re going camping!