Category Archives: Bothies

More on Ben Nevis Memories of the CIC Hut.

A few days ago I wrote a small piece about Ben Nevis it was something I had wanted to do for a while. Thank you all for the kind comments . Yet it only touched the memories of great days … Continue reading

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1997 – A Few Days in Skye with Granny and The Girls.

1997 September Granny is sixty six , a farmer’s wife, and a fit young lass. She had only six Munros to do of which five were in Skye, I was called in to help as her son in law Mark … Continue reading

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Carnach Bridge update from the Knoydart Ranger Service

Carnach Bridge Update: Please be advised that the footbridge over the River Carnach at NM865964 is still closed. “The bridge has arrived at the estate and they are preparing to site it. Unfortunately, the hand rails and fixings provided were … Continue reading

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The Corbett’s are they harder than the Munro’s? What are your favourite ones?

Corbetts are Scottish mountains over 2,500 feet (762 metres) and under 3,000 feet (914.4 metres), with a drop of a least 500 feet (152 metres) between each listed hill and any adjacent higher one. There are 222 summits classified as … Continue reading

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Over in Skye it’s hot.

Well what weather to visit Skye. It was so hot and clear blue skies all the way. I went by Applecross to visit a pal had a great lunch fresh smoked salmon and passed the Torridon and Applecross hills looking … Continue reading

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At the weekend with the Moray Mountaineering Club we spoke about river crossings as the rivers were high. Few folk understand the dangers of flooded rivers they are and can be uncompromising and every year take a life.  My day, … Continue reading

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It was pouring when we got up and it was a planned Moray Mountaineering bus meet to Glen Feshie. The club organised about 10 bus meets every year. Gordon the great “Bus monitor” organises it a thankless task. We managed … Continue reading

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