“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.”
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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.
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.
Larry Who? The Lairig Ghru Marathon
It is rather odd. Four-and-a-half hours before, I had left the streets of Braemar. Here I was, running hell for leather down the pavements of Aviemore, holiday-makers watching me bemusedly as I groaned past them, running as hard as I could to the Mountain Cafe.