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Monthly Archives: May 2009

Virtual Highlands goes Hi-Res

Walkhighlands’ Virtual Highlands is now available in high resolution for most of Scotland. This is possible as Google has updated its satellite imagery of the Scottish Highlands, making programs such as Google Maps, Google Earth et al. show the area

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Scotland’s longest walk opens up…

The Cowal Way has recently been extended and now runs all the way from Portavadie to Inveruglas on Loch Lomond. As there is a ferry service from Inveruglas across to Inversnaid, making it possible to join with the West Highland

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Gaelic mountain recordings completed

A series of podcasts giving the pronunciaton of all the mountains of Scotland have been completed and are now online. Walkhighlands, which has been making the recordings to help non-Gaelic speakers to learn how to say the names, has just

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Celebrate Whisky Month with Walkhighlands

As part of Whisky Month, Walkhighlands has teamed up with Ian Macleod Distillers to offer the chance to win a six bottle case of Isle of Skye Blended Scotch Whisky. For competition details and to enter click here. During May’s

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