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Pawel Cymbalista reclaims Ben Nevis record

Lochaber runner Pawel Cymbalista has reclaimed the record time for multiple non-stop ascents of the […]

Review: Rab MUON women’s ND 50 pack

The new Rab MUON range of packs includes a 50 litre, in both ND (narrow […]

17 things I have learned when walking in claggy mountains

“Clag” or “claggy” when referring to being in the mountains means low cloud or fog. […]

Isle of arran Corbetts: Cir Mhòr and Beinn Tarsuinn

Day 2 on a recent trip to Arran brought another sunny day and the chance […]

Review: Lowe Alpine Women’s AirZone Ultra ND26L Hiking Pack

I have been using the Lowe Alpine Women’s AirZone Ultra ND26L Hiking Pack in recent […]

Sunny Corbetts and a claggy Graham on the Isle of Arran

An Isle of Arran trip, off Scotland’s west coast, had been in the diary for […]

Corbett bagging: Meallan Liath Coire Mhic Dhughaill

Many people refer to the Corbett, Meallan Liath Coire Mhic Dhughaill, as the one with […]

Fiona bagging: Càrn Salachaidh, near Ardgay

With low cloud shrouding hills and mountains on the east coast of Sutherland one Saturday […]

Lagganlia: A great destination for a weekend break with friends

Lagganlia is an outdoor activity and accommodation centre located at Feshiebridge, near Kincraig, in the […]

Walker Lorraine McCall tackles toughest Scottish mountains challenge yet

A determined Scottish mountaineer is hoping to walk into the record books this year – […]

Corbett bagging: An Sìdhean

An Sìdhean is a Corbett located in Glen Strathfarrar in north-west Scotland. It looks very […]

Torridon Mammoth revisited by Arron and Ella

On Saturday, Scottish hill runners Arron Sparks and Ella Peters successfully completed a long-distance route […]