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The Storr, a new perspective

]Having visited Skye for many years, the Storr is by far one of my most popular walks. In recent years, and despite the obvious benefit to the island, it does sadden me to see the original car park over run with vehicles of all shapes and sizes, with the main routes on the walk heaving with holidaym...
by OweyJH1
Sun Aug 16, 2020 1:29 pm
 
Forum: Walk reports - Scotland
Topic: The Storr, a new perspective
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Blaven at last...

It has become an annual family tradition to walk a Cuillin in the summer where myself and siblings visit our mum on Skye. The previous year, the weather had been against us as we had set out to walk this Munro and being confronted with what can only be described as a 'washout', had opted for a lowla...
by OweyJH1
Mon Aug 10, 2020 8:28 pm
 
Forum: Walk reports - Scotland
Topic: Blaven at last...
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Blowing away lockdown cobwebs on Corserine and Carlins Cairn

Like most of the country, I had been champing at the bit, to get out in the hills post-lockdown. Yesterdays weather suddenly gave me the perfect opportunity to finally get to Corserine, the second highest peak in the Galloway Hills. I had originally planned to complete the circuit as suggested by wa...
by OweyJH1
Mon Jul 13, 2020 11:19 am
 
Forum: Walk reports - Scotland
Topic: Blowing away lockdown cobwebs on Corserine and Carlins Cairn
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