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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Guest blog: The A-Z of Anne Butler

Anne is a self confessed hill bagger having completing a round of Munros from deepest darkest England (Devon). She has since moved up North to Scotland and is closing in on her 7th round of Munros. Her previous dog Mollie the collie was the first dog on record to complete a round of Corbetts and …

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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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