A two-day one-camping-night trip to Dalwhinnie to climb Ben Alder, a Munro.
A fabulous weekend full of hills, hail, sun, wind, rain. More hail. More sun. Plus an eroded path both ways.
. Some interesting data 7 mile walk, 3h15 from 10.15 to 13.30 – average 2.2 mph Partly on the West Highland Way .
. Some interesting data 7 mile walk, 7h from 10.15 to 17.15 – average 1 mph Very windy on the descent .
. Some interesting data 6 mile walk, 4h from 11.00 to 16.00 – average 1.5 mph . Saturday, 15 October 2016 start from Lynchat tunnel under the A9 – interesting acoustics follow Raitts Burn cross (OS map shows a bridge – but there is none, and no sign of one in recent times) return via […]
Navigating to the summit of Sgor Gaoith, a Munro – and discovering a hidden treasure.
A glorious Sunday with bikes, Munro and immense views.
A beautiful autumn day, perfect for the three Beinn a’ Ghlò Munros.
. 8.18 – Blair Castle Click to see the photo gallery We left the cottage at 8.10 am in glorious weather. We cycled past Blair Castle, and the familiar deer stared at us for a while. . 8.49 – As we cycled on, the weather got very mixed and soon it started to snow. Then […]
draft – wrong date