The Dava Way in a Day

Earlier this year some friends and I decided to challenge ourselves by walking the Dava Way in one day! The Dava Way stretches 24 miles from Grantown-on-Spey near the mountainous Cairngorms to the former royal borough of Forres in Moray.  The trail follows a disused Highland Railway Line through changing landscapes of woodland to desolateContinue reading “The Dava Way in a Day”

Suilven – One of Scotland’s finest Mountains

Suilven sits proudly in Assynt in the Northwest corner of the Scottish Highlands. It is set among some of the wildest and most remote mountain and coastal scenery in Scotland. However, despite its beautiful surroundings it still manages to steal the show. Suilven may only be 731 metres high but its character, prominence and beautyContinue reading “Suilven – One of Scotland’s finest Mountains”

7 Munros in a Day: The South Glen Shiel Ridge

Normally when it comes to our Munro journey, we are happy to bag just one or two in a day. However, on this day we set out to complete seven Munros in under 12 hours.  That’s right, SEVEN! You might be wondering how on earth we managed seven as bagging one is hard enough! With a littleContinue reading “7 Munros in a Day: The South Glen Shiel Ridge”

The Wonderful World of Crawick Multiverse

The site of Crawick Multiverse was once a sprawling open cast coalmine. Thanks to the imagination of Charles Jencks and the generosity of the landowner the barren site was transformed into a work of art. The imprint of the mine provided an interesting space for the artist to work with. However, the reformation of theContinue reading “The Wonderful World of Crawick Multiverse”

Culnaskiach Falls (A hidden waterfall near Inverness)

If you’re anything like us, you’ll love the idea of discovering secret waterfalls and hidden plunge pools. Culnaskiach Falls are one of these exciting and impressive finds. The water flows down a cliff and into a narrow gorge which joins Bruiach Burn. This waterfall is surprisingly unknown considering it is so close to Inverness andContinue reading “Culnaskiach Falls (A hidden waterfall near Inverness)”

How To Prepare For Your West Highland Way

The West Highland Way is the most walked long-distance trail in Scotland.  96-miles of hikers heaven from Milngavie to Fortwilliam.  It is usually walked or cycled, with some hardy folk even running the entire distance!  Thousands of people walk the route every year. Attracted by breath-taking mountain scenery, beautiful lochs and the serene sense ofContinue reading “How To Prepare For Your West Highland Way”

Surviving The Skye Trail (7 Day Itinerary with tips)

The Skye Trail is an unofficial 80 mile walking route covering almost the full length of Skye.  The trail is known for its breath-taking coastal paths, its dramatic ridge traverses, and its unparalleled feeling of isolation in one of the worlds most beautiful landscapes. The Skye Trail is a challenging route so experience of walkingContinue reading “Surviving The Skye Trail (7 Day Itinerary with tips)”