Tag: Wild walks
Last October I blogged about the official launch of the new Scottish National Trail, an 864km (535 mile) route from Kirk Yetholm in the Borders right up to Cape Wrath on the north coast. Devised by Cameron McNeish, outdoor writer and broadcaster, the new trail links together a series of existing trails to form the longest walking route in Scotland and the second longest in … Read More The Scottish National Trail – A Detailed Route Guide
I’m always intrigued to understand what motivates people to climb Scotland’s munros, mountains of 3000ft (914.1m) or over. With 282 to climb it’s not exactly an insignificant challenge (!) but clearly, not everyone you meet up a hill is aiming to climb them all. You literally meet all sorts out on the hills – from all ages and backgrounds – all enjoying the outdoors … Read More What kind of munroist are you ?