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A Mountain top wild camp high in Glencoe

A Mountain top wild camp high in Glencoe


by wilkiemurray » Sun Jul 06, 2014 9:30 am

Route description: Sgòr na h-Ulaidh and Meall Lighiche

Munros included on this walk: Sgòr na h-Ulaidh

Corbetts included on this walk: Meall Lighiche

Date walked: 29/06/2014

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Re: A Mountain top wild camp high in Glencoe

Postby spiderwebb » Tue Jul 15, 2014 7:29 pm

Beautiful pics, got one in mind for this.

Your right though, you dont often spend the time on a summit even on a shortish day. Its wonderfull just listening to the silence, watching the ever changing light, and appreciating the simpler things in life, a roof over your head, coffee, some nibbles, instead of worrying about bills or being materialistic for the latest 'you cant bend it' gadget and just living for such wonders as these. This is the stuff of happiness.

Thank you for posting :D .
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Re: A Mountain top wild camp high in Glencoe

Postby wilkiemurray » Sat Jul 19, 2014 12:55 pm

spiderwebb wrote:Beautiful pics, got one in mind for this.

Your right though, you dont often spend the time on a summit even on a shortish day. Its wonderfull just listening to the silence, watching the ever changing light, and appreciating the simpler things in life, a roof over your head, coffee, some nibbles, instead of worrying about bills or being materialistic for the latest 'you cant bend it' gadget and just living for such wonders as these. This is the stuff of happiness.

Thank you for posting :D .


Thanks Spiderwebb - Totally agree - I fin myself ambling on wild camps even heading off the hill as you are up that early there is no rushing at all :) Nice and relaxing and often resets the mind - back to basics and all that :)
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