Today's lunch spot overlooking Loch Ossian and it's hostel. Just before I headed back to Rannoch by the the Road to the Isles.
I love a bridge. And this walk was full of bridges, large and small. Some of historical note (as in you can find info on the internet), others not...... Starting with this beauty. My wander started in Tomatin, just under the Findhorn Viaduct. And I was aiming for Boat of Garten, following one of General … Continue reading History v Progress?
A wee climb up Schiehallion and then a scramble down to Uamh Tom a’Mhor-fhir, the fairy cave.
And here's the story of the whiteout and the attached bothy trip. An ace weekend.
Today's lunch spot. Sitting on the ridge above the Lairig Ghru looking over to the Devil's Point and Corrour bothy. Oodles of sushi just out of frame.
The best way to ensure your child likes a campervan trip to your favourite mountain range? Let him drive.
Fridays lunch Spot. Stunning.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwpVWRB7li0&feature=youtu.be A fairly easy and very picturesque ascent through Corrie Fee leads to the plateau and two Munros, Mayar and Driesh, with the descent on a good path back through Glendoll forest at the head of Glen Clova. A lovely days walking with only a minor "tumble" by yours truly.....Kirsty's first two Munros!