Ben Nevis weekend. Our weekend climbing Ben Nevis, Scotland’s highest mountain. At 1343m high, Ben Nevis is both the highest Munro and the highest point in Britain too.Continue reading
Loch Brandy Glen Clova weekend. A summary of our walk up to Loch Brandy which is easily reached from the Glen Clova Hotel car park.Continue reading
Glen Doll – Jocks Road to Davy’s Bourach. This is a 5m walk which follows Jock’s Road. Starting at Glen Doll car park, forest roads and good paths climb into Glen Doll before reaching the Bourach.
Today I’m bringing you some pictures from last weekend, our Inverness anniversary weekend, where Lynne and I took a short break to celebrate our second wedding anniversary.Continue reading
Mount Keen. Of all of the Munros this one is the most easterly. It’s relatively easy to climb and is in the shape of a dome. We climbed this Munro on a stunning weekend as you can read below.Continue reading
Glencoe is a stunning part of Scotland. See our recent pictures of our holiday there. As well as some walking on the West Highland Way we did.
Driesh and Mayar are 2 Munros located in the Cairngorms National Park. We climbed these on a stunning winters day in February 2015.Continue reading
Inveruglas to Loch Sloy Dam is an easy short circular walk on a surfaced road which gives some great views over Loch Lomond.Continue reading
We took a short birthday trip to York to celebrate a certain Lady’s birthday. What follows is an account of those days and some stunning photography!Continue reading
The Fife Lomond Hills are a range of hills in central Scotland. West Lomond is the highest summit. Climbing these hills gives a great view over central Fife.Continue reading