It is the drama of the mountains which give the Scottish Highlands their character and with 282 Munros (mountains over 3000ft) to ‘bag’, climbing them is a national pastime – here are 10 Munros to climb.
With 21 Munros in the bag and lots of other hills along the way, 2017 was the year I truly became addicted to hillwalking in Scotland. Here is my review of the year.
A spectacular (and breathless!) day climbing Ben Nevis, Scotland’s highest mountain.
Are you thinking of starting hill walking in Scotland? Before rushing off to bag a Munro, here are my recommended hills for beginners in Scotland.
In March this year we completed our first 10 Munros in Scotland. Since then we have firmly caught the Scottish mountain climbing bug – If you are thinking of a day out in the Scottish mountains, here are 10 more to enjoy.
If you are thinking of bagging a Munro, here is a video beginners guide in collaboration with This is Life from BBC Scotland.
From urban exploration to loch-side strolls and climbing the mountains, the best way of seeing Scotland is on foot. If you fancy getting into walking in Scotland, here is my beginners guide.
On the southern edge of the Cairngorm National Park is Corrie Fee, Scotland’s most dramatic glacial valley. Let’s explore!
From getting lost in the fog to a race against the dark, here is how not to make the same mistakes bagging a Munro as us!
The Trossachs has beautiful woodlands, the pretty towns of Callendar and Aberfeldy, and one of my favourite hills in Scotland, Ben Ledi.
No visit to Scotland is complete without a walk in the spectacular Glen Coe. Follow me!
With a perfect Scottish summer in full bloom, we headed up Ben Lomond and the Ptarmigan Ridge to take in the spectacular views.