Category Archives: Bothy days

#313 – Easan Dorcha and the Tea House Bothy

For the best viewing experience, left-click the images and maps to zoom in to a new window, then exit that window to go back – go on, it really does work! If you have been following recent blog posts, you … Continue reading

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#312 – Two men and a dog, and the highest noodle bar in the UK (Having a fun time on ‘The Spine Race’!)

At this time of the year (January), I’m usually sat in Greg’s Hut Bothy on Cross Fell, working on one of the safety teams for the Montane Spine Race. This year I’m not – along with human companion John Bamber, … Continue reading

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#309 – Glen Feshie – A rewilding success story

For the best viewing experience, left-click the images and maps to zoom in to a new window, then exit that window to go back – go on, it really does work! Reading the two previous posts, you might imagine that … Continue reading

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#300 – Cadair Idris by the Minffordd Path

For the best viewing experience, left-click the images and maps to zoom in to a new window, then exit that window to go back – go on, it really does work! Long summer days have recently tempted Chris and I … Continue reading

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#288 – Assynt assignations (and dog walks)

(For the best viewing experience, left-click the images and maps to zoom in, then use your browser return arrow to go back – go on, it really does work!) If you ask me what my favourite part of the Scottish … Continue reading

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#284 – Cwm Eigiau in the Eastern Carneddau

(For the best viewing experience, left-click the images and maps to zoom in, then use your browser return arrow to go back – go on, it really does work!) 2020 is going to go down as one of the strangest … Continue reading

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#269 – Y Gamallt and the Migneint

(Left click images to zoom in, use browser return arrow to go back) In my last blog post (see post #268) I made the comment that “You’re never far from a mountain in Wales”.    It also has to be … Continue reading

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#264 – It’s that time of year again!

Sorry to all my readers, but it’s that time of year when I go to work again as part of the safety crew on the Spine Race, so there’s no post this week. Most of you will probably have seen … Continue reading

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#260 – Gleann Dubh Lighe bothy

  (Left click images to zoom in, use browser return arrow to go back) I blame Harry Potter!    The plan had been to walk out to Corryhully bothy, known as ‘The Electric Bothy’ due to its being connected to … Continue reading

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#259 – Callater Stables Bothy and the Jock’s Road Tragedy of 1959

(Left click images to zoom in, use browser return arrow to go back) One fixed point in every day, whether at home or on hols, is a walk for Border Collie ‘Mist’.   That’s every day, rain or shine (but always … Continue reading

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