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Corbett bagging: Beinn Odhar Bheag and Beinn Mhic Cedidh

Located near Glenfinnan and on the western side of Loch Shiel, the Corbetts Beinn Odhar […]

Anne Butler is first known female to bag a second Full House of mountains

Have you heard of a Full House? In summit bagging circles, this achievement extends to […]

Corbett bagging: Bike and hike of Stob an Aonaich Mhòir

Although quite remote, the Corbett Stob an Aonaich Mhòir offers a fairly easy outing if […]

Review: Berghaus Embira running and walking skort

If you follow this blog and my social media, you’ll know I am a big […]

Review: Shokz OpenFit wireless ear buds

I have been testing Shokz’s new open-ear design, wireless earbuds called OpenFit. The earbuds connect […]

Couple’s final push to finish Munros in their 70s

It took Joyce and Bill Paul more than five decades to complete a round of […]

Run-hike of Stac Pollaidh, Assynt

Sta Pollaidh is an iconic mountain in the Assynt area of Sutherland, Scotland. Although relatively […]

Corrour: 2 Munros and a Corbett bike-and-hike

A great two day bike-and-hike adventure to Corrour with my friend Cath. The easy way? […]

Interview: Hero of the hills David ‘Heavy’ Whalley

I interviewed David “Heavy’”Whalley, one of the UK’s most experienced mountain rescue experts, for The […]

Review: adidas Terrex Free Hiker 2.0 Low Gore-Tex hiking shoes

I have been sent pair of adidas Terrex Free Hiker 2.0 Low Gore-Tex hiking shoes […]

Review: Ortovox Traverse 28 S backpack

I have been testing the Ortovox Traverse 28 S backpack. It’s a unisex fit and […]

Corbett bagging: The Tors of Ben Rinnes

Ben Rinnes, a Corbett in Aberdeenshire, had been on my mind for months but the […]