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Elated to be out in such amazing conditions.
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A classic winters day on the Tarmachan Ridge

Another sunny day, another winter adventure in the mountains of Scotland. This time we were heading for the Tarmachan Ridge. After doing three walks in four days the previous week in fantastic winter conditions…

Hillwalking

Glen Coe’s Lost Valley winter traversal

Arriving at the large car park overlooking the Three Sisters in Glen Coe, the rain that had been threatening to fall all morning finally burst through the clouds. Looking up to the Lost Valley, all we could see was clag…

Hillwalking Camping

Wild camping in wild winds up Ben Ledi

Having done my first wild camp in six months a few days ago up Beinn Trilleachan in Glen Etive, I feel like I have the bug again. So much so, that I couldn't even wait a whole week before going again…

Hillwalking Camping

Summit camping on Beinn Trilleachan

With just three weeks to go before our West Highland Way trip, we still hadn't been camping together so Glen Etive was decided as our destination for the weekend and Beinn Trilleachan as the mountain of choice…

Hillwalking

Perfect weather on the Pap of Glencoe

I've driven through Glencoe more times than I can remember since I started hillwalking, each time always looking up to the Pap of Glencoe in wonderment at it's fine shape and great vantage point…

Hillwalking Camping

Stargazing on Sgurr na Stri

Standing only 494 metres high, Sgurr na Stri on the Isle of Skye sits well and truly in the shadow of the mighty Cuillin hills but that doesn't make this small coastal hill any less interesting. It's famed for possessing arguably the best view in Scotland …

Hillwalking Camping

First wild camp up the Ochil Hills

After five years of hillwalking, I have finally wild camped up the hills! Years of excuses and not finding the time or money to do it are finally over. Not wanting to go too far from home for my first outing, I thought Dumyat up the Ochil Hills in Stirling would be my best bet…