A two-day one-camping-night trip to Dalwhinnie to climb Ben Alder, a Munro.
A 3-day cycling, hiking (or rather climbing) & camping trip with a spectacular finale.
A sunny day walking on the John Muir Way, plus the North Berwick Law at the end.
A fabulous weekend full of hills, hail, sun, wind, rain. More hail. More sun. Plus an eroded path both ways.
Second day learning more about sailing, and sort of orienteering near Loch Tay.
A weekend full of sailing, laughter and unexpectedly nice food.
. Some interesting data 7 mile walk, 7h from 10.15 to 17.15 – average 1 mph Very windy on the descent .
. Some interesting data 8 mile walk, 4h45 from 8.45 to 13.30 – average 1.7 mph Partly along the West Highland Way . . 8.47 – . Click to see the photo gallery . . 9.00 – . . 9.11 – . . 9.32 – . . 9.52 – . . 10.29 – . . […]
A promising adventure terminated by a flimsy bridge.
A day trip in the Borders, without the bikes.
A beautiful sunny Sunday climbing a very white corbett.
A beautiful day full of snow, crampons and a white rainbow.
A glorious Sunday with bikes, Munro and immense views.
A beautiful autumn day, perfect for the three Beinn a’ Ghlò Munros.
A day trip to Saffron Walden from Cambridge, on the Brompton and a hired bike.