Meall a’ Bhuachaille – 1:15.10
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Stairway to Heaven – Ring of Steall 2019
The wind on my face, the sun on my neck – I wanted to lie down and crack open a cold beer right there and then.
Between control and chaos – Ben Nevis 2019
In some ways, I wonder if that is what caused Eddie Campbell and his rebels to report the fine weather on that wild day in 1980: a fire that has blazed for 123 years.
The giant’s playground
In the Cairngorms, “one does not look upward to spectacular peaks but downward from peaks to spectacular chasms”
Skye highs – The Trotternish Ridge Race
After 32km, 2100m, four hours and 26 minutes in the rain and wind – how good was that? Incredible.
A step into the unknown – climate change and Scotland’s outdoors
Climate change is throwing uncertainty into our wild landscapes – what we do at home will affect the places we love.
The Bad Run
How do you deal with a bad run in the hills?
Devil’s Burdens – ‘Total chaos, but just brilliant’
“Should you pick that day for your visit [to the Lomond Hills], you’re likely to encounter a steady stream of pale, wiry red-faced folk wearing little else than shorts and a warm hat.”
Feet above the clouds – Creag Mhor and Beinn Sheasgarnich
We could not look down, like gods, on some dominion below. Instead, we looked out, for miles upon miles at the other ranges of hills – some still red dots on Munro maps, waiting to be explored.
Rounding off 2018 on a pie
2018 has been my year of baptism, of stumbling to my feet; 2019 shall be the year of discovery, of searching with every part of me and having some amazing running adventures in Scotland.