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#319 – The Eildon Hills in the Scottish Borders

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! It’s rare that we visit the Scottish Borders area, … Continue reading

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#317 – Gowbarrow and Aira Force in the English Lake District

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! It was mid-February 2022, and we were looking at … Continue reading

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#316 – Helm Crag and Far Easedale

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! “The journey of a thousand miles, starts with a … Continue reading

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#315 – The Precipice Walk near Dollgellau

Precipice – A cliff with a vertical, nearly vertical, or overhanging face. A situation of great peril. For the best viewing experience, left-click the images and maps to zoom in to a new window, then exit that window to go … Continue reading

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#314 – Yr Elen and the Dragons Teeth

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! Readers of this blog might well think that I … Continue reading

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#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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#311 – Return to Stac Pollaidh

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! Assynt and neighbouring Coigach make up one of the … Continue reading

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#310 – Beinn Ghlas & Ben Lawers

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! The August 2021 Scottish trip had gone to plan … 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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