Day One Milngavie to Easter Drunquhassle. 11.5 Miles After almost a full days travel on buses, boats and trains which was quite an adventure in itself, and a rather cold night in the tent at Milngavie, we arrived at the famed obelisk marking both the beginning of the West Highland Way and our most ambitiousContinue reading “Stage 1 – Lowlands to Lochside”
“That was pretty rad what with that drop and the scrambling and the wind, pretty scary in parts, you know cos of the kids and that sheer drop and….. That was ****ing amazing!”
It feels like an age ago but in November 2015 we headed up Cadair Idris. There is a longer story but here it is in pictures.
A tea-time microadventure on a cold, dark and foggy January evening.
A hike from the sea to the top of the Isle of Wight. Mud, Snow, a radar station, the beach and the devils chimney.
Heading off trail in Snowdonia for a bushwhack through the heather
Was it crazy to bring the kids along? Part of me was sure it was after all it was supposed to be fun, so a day IN the mountains was favorable to half an hour on top of one.