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Running on the Isle of Skye: Sgùrr na Stri
I went out to fulfil a long-time dream to run Sgùrr na Stri, but I found more than I expected
More than a race: Devil’s Burdens 2020
Mud, tents, colourful vests, a field and a hubbub of noise. You’d be forgiven for thinking it was a music festival.
Simplification: Central Highland Bikepacking
In a two-day trip, you can achieve something people spend hundreds seeking: Simplification.
The giant’s playground
In the Cairngorms, “one does not look upward to spectacular peaks but downward from peaks to spectacular chasms”
Of rounds and Lakeland fells
The glory is in the doing, they say, but sometimes the end is just as sweet.
Skye highs – The Trotternish Ridge Race
After 32km, 2100m, four hours and 26 minutes in the rain and wind – how good was that? Incredible.