Monthly Archives: June 2014

Liahms 30th and Sams 1st

After a week guiding for the Glencoe Outdoor Centre I finally made it out into the hills.  Sam and Liahm agreed to accompany me and we bagged two Munro’s.  We climbed Meall a Choire Leith and Meall Corranaich that way … Continue reading

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Ben Nevis – 11th June 2014

Not a good day to be on the Ben – alot of rain and we didn’t even stop for lunch at the top.  The obligatory photo… However as promised the weather cleared as we came down and good views were … Continue reading

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Stob Coire Odhar

Once again I am back with Rob Roy tours and for the first time in quite a while managed to climb this lovely peak in glorious sunshine… we saw a lizard, frogs, deer and one poor wee single ptarmigan… Of … Continue reading

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Ben Nevis (again)

I know this will get tedious, but I had to comment on yesterdays expedition.  Firstly may I thank my 10 Norwegian clients who managed to chat up virtually every woman on the mountain as we passed.  What a laugh we … Continue reading

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Gentle Walks around Glencoe – 6th June

I met Lotte and Rasmuss and their friends at the entrance to Signal rock and we enjoyed a pleasant walk through the forest looking at the diversity of life there. Whilst we were here, the weather cleared so we then … Continue reading

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Blackwater Reservoir

I have only made it up to here once before so enjoyed going up there with MaryAnne, Thomas, Liahm and Luna. We went up on the North bank of the river, up through the ruins of the German prisoner of … Continue reading

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