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Ben Chonzie: A Solitary Munro

Ben Chonzie: A Solitary Munro

Ben Chonzie is all on its own and definitely one of those beginner friendly Munros. With a forestry track leading three-quarters of the way up, it's a straightforward hike only made difficult with some serious snow or wind. I happened to hike it in the middle of...

Hiking in the Stunning Glen Affric, Scotland

Hiking in the Stunning Glen Affric, Scotland

Glen Affric is one of Scotland's absolute hidden beauties. It really is one of the country's most spectacular locations and is sufficiently off the tourist trail that visitors tend to bypass it for the more common attractions. The video below, courtesy of BBC The...

Stuchd an Lochain and Meall Buidhe: Munros From Giorra Dam

Stuchd an Lochain and Meall Buidhe: Munros From Giorra Dam

This hike doesn't win the award for the most exciting in the area but, like so many mountains in Scotland, the view from both summits make it worth the slog. It's a long drive along some isolated and winding roads so I would definitely recommend doing the two peaks in...

Beinn Chabhair, Beinn a’ Chroin and An Caisteal

Beinn Chabhair, Beinn a’ Chroin and An Caisteal

These Munros are often tackled separately with Beinn Chabhair being hiked as one and Beinn a'Chroin and An Caisteal both together. I decided to do all three in the one hike seeing as they are so close together. I also thought Chabhair looked like quite an uninspiring...

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