Well, there are only two days left in 2005, and, shamefully, I haven't made it up a single Munro this year. I've never exactly been a prolific bagger, but as this graph shows, at least I've made the effort to
Third time lucky! After two days of novelty nonsense, the vase of fate served up a pint half-litre of the Harviestoun Brewery's 4.8% masterpiece Schiehallion, named after my all-time favourite munro. Here's an interesting fact for you - the
I've just about recovered from a fantastic weekend in Glen Shiel organised by Brucey, who's back in the UK from Australia for a few weeks. There were 20+ of us up there, and as anticipated most of us spent
The Old Forge, InverieA postcard arrived this week from Jez who's been visiting Inverie, at the edge of Knoydart. I'm so jealous! Inverie has been on my tick-list of remote places to visit for ages. The Old
Remind me again why I do this kind of thing in January? Thanks to Alex for the companionship on this greyest of days.
In which I pop my Torridonian cherry.
Two of the hills that rise above Glen Carron. Moruisg (928m / 3045ft)Sgurr nan Ceannaichean (915m / 3002ft)
A superlative day in the hills with Richard, Melanie, Hugh and Harriet. A cloudy start at low heights, but as we ascended higher we broke through a cloud inversion, being presented with stunning blue skies and incredible views across to