Bothies and the Bible

When I first started frequenting bothies it was mostly about Munro bagging rather than the bothy experience itself. Visiting bothies like Shenavall and the Tarf Hotel was just a means of getting some shelter to sleep for the night en route to bag remote far flung peaks. As more of us completed the Munros, the …

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Little effort, big views – Beinn a’Chrulaiste

Storm Caroline had passed the UK leaving a fresh dumping of snow across much of the country and as the storm subsided it left some fine, settled cold weather. Stephen, Kevin and I were trying to decide where to go in our WhatsApp group chat, when I seen a video clip from the summit of …

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The A to Z of Walk With Wallace

Walk With Wallace

The A to Z of Walk With Wallace, 26 random questions from an outdoors perspective (funnily enough).

Ascent:What is the most ascent you’ve done in one day? – On the run up to the Munro compleation. My partner and I walked the Glen Dessarry 4 Munros and the total ascent that day was 2,440 metres. It was a tough day! After the walk, we arrived in Fort William at 11:30pm and the Travel Lodge wanted £120 for a room, no chance! The Creag Mhor hotel in Onich put us up at short notice for half the price.

Best friend:Who is your best hill walking friend? – She’ll proof read this for me later, so I better say my partner, Nicola.

Camping:Favourite camp spot? – I’ve never returned to the same camp spot and I’ve enjoyed all my camping trips, so it’s a difficult question. But if I had to pick, it…

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