. Some interesting data 6 mile cycle in, 1h20 from 08.20 to 09.40 6 mile walk, 4h20 from 10.10 to 14.30 – average 1.4 mph 7 mile cycle out, 1h30 from 15.00 to 16.30
. Some interesting data 4 mile cycle in, 1h15 from 08.20 to 09.35 3.5 mile walk, 3h50 from 10.10 to 14.00 – average 1 mph 4 mile cycle out, 0h35 from 14.25 to 15.00
XXXXx total ascent 5700m total distance 205 miles in about 40 hours, average speed 5mph (including breaks) .
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 fabulous weekend full of hills, hail, sun, wind, rain. More hail. More sun. Plus an eroded path both ways.
. Some interesting data 4 mile cycle in 5 mile walk – very slow when the snow got deep… 4 mile cycle out .
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.
. 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.