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!