Carn Liath & Carn na Moine from Inverey

Having had a taste of the great outdoors a few days ago we were keen to get out again. Somewhat constrained for time at present, we needed to find a shorter walk, and as usual, Bruce came up trumps! Inverey: unusually quiet! With access to a couple of munros, the large parking area at Inverey … Continue reading Carn Liath & Carn na Moine from Inverey

Final Walk of 2021: Pannanich Hill

Having hoped to be out lots over the festive season, unfortunately we’ve not really managed. The weather’s been changeable and the prospect of fog on the tops has not held much appeal. We were happy to have a clear day on offer today, although the blustery conditions higher up led ‘us’ to make plans for … Continue reading Final Walk of 2021: Pannanich Hill

Tattie Hols in Tyndrum: Part 2

Day 4: Ben Vorlich Following an enjoyable jaunt up Ben Vane yesterday, we decided to return to Inveruglas today to summit the neighbouring Ben Vorlich. Legs feeling a little worse for wear this morning, neither of us were jumping with enthusiasm; however, the prospect of rain all day tomorrow forced us out - there’s only … Continue reading Tattie Hols in Tyndrum: Part 2

Tattie Hols in Tyndrum

Day 1: A Blustery Beinn Ghlas and Ben Lawers Heading off on our holidays, this was a perfect walk on the way to Tyndrum. Having last visited the Ben Lawers car park for Bruce’s final munro, Meall nan Tarmachan, it was good to be back, aside from the fact that there were no parking spaces … Continue reading Tattie Hols in Tyndrum

Rob Roy Way: Strathyre to Killin (Day 3)

Having had the BEST sleep I’ve had so far this holiday I was definitely feeling ready for the day ahead, all the more so after my first cooked breakfast of the holiday; I limited myself to tattie scones, poached eggs and bacon with lots of toast in order to hopefully manage some running. Turn Right … Continue reading Rob Roy Way: Strathyre to Killin (Day 3)

Rob Roy Way: Callander to Strathyre (Day 2)

After a thoroughly enjoyable breakfast of smoked salmon and scrambled eggs and a catch up on the Olympics, I headed off along the way once more. Today’s ultimate destination was Strathyre, a mere 9 miles away. Feeling refreshed, I was harbouring the misapprehension that I’d be there before lunchtime giving the afternoon to relax. I … Continue reading Rob Roy Way: Callander to Strathyre (Day 2)

Rob Roy Way: Drymen to Callander (Day 1)

Having settled down to watch some of the Olympics after breakfast it was a thought to get going! Not a great start to my first day on the Rob Roy Way, let alone the longest one! However, 3 miles in and I had mercifully found my running legs again. Setting off from Drymen, the route … Continue reading Rob Roy Way: Drymen to Callander (Day 1)

Ben Wyvis (Glas Leathad Mòr)

Waking to a slightly less pleasant day, having checked out the forecast we opted for Ben Wyvis. The suggestion was that it should brighten up, cloud breaking around midday, so our planned start meant we’d hopefully reach the summit and get views. Breaking in the Boots Having replaced my leaky Salomon boots with a pair … Continue reading Ben Wyvis (Glas Leathad Mòr)

An Teallach: an unplanned circular

An Early Start An Teallach was on Bruce’s wish list for this week, previously having done it in pouring rain with no views. I could’ve gone either way, but, assured that the famous ridge was optional, and that there was nothing too tricky that couldn’t be avoided, decided to give it a bash. An early … Continue reading An Teallach: an unplanned circular

Adventures in Ullapool

Cul Mòr or Stac Pollaidh? Waking up feeling a little like how I imagine I’d feel having been hit by a bus, the day started slowly. Descending the stairs, two feet to a step, it took a while to convince my legs they were good to go again. Forecasts checked over breakfast, the choice to … Continue reading Adventures in Ullapool