Ben Lomond Hike: Scotland’s Southernmost Munro

Ben Lomond Hike: Scotland’s Southernmost Munro

If you’ve heard of only one Munro, then Ben Lomond is probably it. The Ben Lomond hike is one of Scotland’s most popular and you’ll be doing very well to get this one all to yourself. If you want the combination of stunning views with peace and tranquillity (one...
Bynack More: Solo Peak In The Cairngorms

Bynack More: Solo Peak In The Cairngorms

While perhaps not being the most popular hike in the area, Bynack More is a spectacular viewpoint with vistas of the rest of the Cairngorm mountains to the south, and over all of Moray to the north. The mountain displays its real character from the north where it...
The Infamous Liathach Ridge in Torridon

The Infamous Liathach Ridge in Torridon

Unlike any other set of mountains, the Liathach ridge in Torridon is regarded by many as one of the best mountaineering spots in the UK. It’s a Munro experience unlike any other and is a hike that will remain etched in your memory. Liathach is a massive hunk of...
Beinn Alligin Hike in Torridon

Beinn Alligin Hike in Torridon

Chances are you’ve heard about Torridon’s famous ridge walks and the Beinn Alligin hike is one of these. This is the shortest and probably the most beginner friendly. It offers some of the most stunning views in the country and certainly earns its name,...
Meall Dubh: Corbett in Glen Moriston

Meall Dubh: Corbett in Glen Moriston

This is not to be confused with Meall Dubh the Graham which is up near Ullapool. Meall Dubh the Corbett is situated in Glen Moriston and is the first significant peak on the road to the iconic Glen Shiel. The hike itself is not very exciting with a lot of it being a...
Climbing Ben Macdui and Cairn Gorm

Climbing Ben Macdui and Cairn Gorm

Ben Macdui is Scotland and the UK’s second highest mountain which makes it popular among tourists and hikers alike. I ended up climbing Ben Macdui on a warm summer’s day and it’s one of the busiest mountains I’ve been up in Scotland. This route...