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Staying Safe in the Hills

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08.08.17

For many, the appeal of the wilderness of the Scottish Highlands is the feeling of being disconnected – from emails, texts, social media, civilisation – and there’s nothing that can beat that feeling. Stepping away from the computer and into the hills gives an unrivalled feeling of freedom. But don’t be too quick to forget about your mobile phone – there are lots of apps, tips and tricks to help you stay safe in the hills on there!  

Glendrian Caves, Ardnamurchan – A.K.A The Bat Cave!

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11.07.17

Many moons ago I promised you a blog on the walk to the Glendrian Caves – aka – the Bat Cave! So called as it was full of bats – or at least bat poo! Not sure it is inhabited now, but I still like the name…  

Drove Roads & Byways

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22.01.15

Roads tell stories and the paths, tracks and highways of the highlands are no exception. The history of our country can be told by the seemingly innocuous routes that scramble through our mountains or even the motorways we drive on every day. These are a few of our favourites, stories of anti-government rebellions, of cattle thieves, social control, economic independence, oppression and ultimately freedom.  

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