Second part of completing the two munros on either side of Aonach Eagach ridge, without actually doing the ridge. This covers the hike up Sgor Nam Fiannaidh and back down again. … Continue readingSgòrr nam Fiannaidh – The 2nd half – avoiding the ridge!
With almost 30Km of ‘smooth’ track, two very remote munro summits.
Taking tent isn’t always want you want, and if you do want to get back within a day then a bike is the ideal optio … Continue readingWithout a bike this hike requires a tent!
Munro baggers, looking for a different route. Get 5 done in a day, plus some cycling to speed up the end of the walk. Well this is a cracking route to add 5 more to your list. … Continue readingCreag Meagaidh circuit + 1 or 2?
Beinn a’ Chochuill, a short and simple hill for any day, particularly a short winter day. The views from it’s summit are remarkable considering the ease of access. … Continue readingBeinn a’ Chochuill – the ideal winter walk?
Review of the Buffalo systems jacket – The Special 6 shirt. Recommended to wear on its own – no layers! Does this work, even with strong freezing winds? … Continue readingBuffalo – The Special 6 Shirt
Buffalo hood – is it just me that thinks it’s a bit odd to buy a jacket without a hood? Well read what I made of this standalone product. (I did use it with the Buffalo 6 Shirt) … Continue readingBuffalo – The Hood
Short dark winter days – what hills are doable? Meall nan Tarmachan is. It’s a very short hike and you could do the ridge walk if you started early enough and don’t have snow issues in the car park! Note to self – average car can’t handle any form of snow, especially if it’s already compressed. … Continue readingMeall nan Tarmachan – careful in the car park!