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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.
Skye highs – The Trotternish Ridge Race
After 32km, 2100m, four hours and 26 minutes in the rain and wind – how good was that? Incredible.
The 360-degree view
Somehow, the view now goes beyond my visual boundaries. The effort, the movement, the senses are all contributors to the perception.
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.
Sugary gales to Loch A’an – Cairn Gorm Loop
It started as a slog, but a blowy day in the Cairngorms revealed some incredible scenes up high.