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Cape Wrath Trail GUIDE - All In One (based on WalkHighlands)

Cape Wrath Trail GUIDE - All In One (based on WalkHighlands)


Postby caromiri » Sun Feb 14, 2021 12:06 pm

Route description: Cape Wrath Trail

Date walked: 11/08/2020

Distance: 380 km

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My husband put together this Cape Wrath Trail Guide based on the stages in this Walk Scottish Highlands description, which has served us so well and is simply excellent.

We hope this is useful for any hiker who would like to follow the Cape Wrath Trail ! We will attempt to walk it North to South this time in spring if the situation allows.



Best, Caroline
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Re: Cape Wrath Trail GUIDE - All In One (based on WalkHighla

Postby Alteknacker » Sun Mar 21, 2021 9:38 pm

caromiri wrote:My husband put together this Cape Wrath Trail Guide based on the stages in this Walk Scottish Highlands description, which has served us so well and is simply excellent.

We hope this is useful for any hiker who would like to follow the Cape Wrath Trail ! We will attempt to walk it North to South this time in spring if the situation allows.



Best, Caroline



You're both completely mad!!!

Or signed up masochists........ :roll:
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