Finally The Cape Wrath Trail (In 15 days)

With great trepidation I finally set off to do the Cape Wrath Trail. Self-doubt in my own ability and not to mention a pandemic had put paid to doing the trail in previous years, but this time it was a goer. I would at least have a hiking buddy too, my good friend Iain. We’ve …

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👣 The Cape Wrath Trail Boxset

Follow Robin and Iain on their Cape Wrath Trail Adventure over 15 days (and 1 rest day). These videos offer the chance to see exactly what the trail involves including hints, tips, scenery and some added humour along the way. Episode One – Backpacks and Blisters (1/7) Join Iain and I as we embark on …

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The Leave No Trace Campaign – Are you in?

As lockdown eased, the photos of dirty camping emerging on social media increased. You’ll probably know exactly what I mean; abandoned tents and chairs, fire scars, damaged live trees and litter strewn all over the place. It’s a depressing sight, seeing beauty spots being trashed and I always feel helpless and a rant on social …

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Britain’s 44 mile walk where you won’t cross a road – What’s involved?

It is often said that no matter where you are in the Britain, you're never any further  than 7 miles away from the nearest road. I have often poured over maps to see where the longest walk would be without encountering a road. My conclusions were either from Glen Shiel to Glen Carron or across …

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