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Road Biking & Trail Running In Torridon

by Nick Annan July 14, 2014

I was lured to Torridon, on the North West Coast of Scotland, under the premise of a bit of biking and hiking – sounded innocent enough, and with it being one of my favourite Scottish places I jumped at the chance of a few days there. Little did I know I was about to embark on the longest, hardest road … Continue reading
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Trail Running, Marathons & Half Marathons

by Sarah Morton June 24, 2014

I fell in love with trail running just before Christmas, at the end of last year. Of course, it wasn’t my first ever experience of trail running, but there was just something about this weekend in the Lake District, with two good pals that changed my approach to running. I’d never seen myself as a natural runner – I found … Continue reading
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Sea Kayaking On The West Coast Of Scotland

by Sarah Morton May 13, 2014

The last time I tried any sort of paddling was a couple of years ago – a press trip on the River Spey in the Scottish Highlands, by canoe. I was absolutely rubbish at it – zigzagging down the river, getting stuck in the sides and stranded in the rapids. I vowed never to embark on any sort of paddling … Continue reading
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Sport Climbing In Scotland

by Sarah Morton May 13, 2014

I’m not sure sport climbing and Scotland are two things that are immediate obvious matches when you mention either in conversation, however, from my perspective, they are a match made in heaven! Sport climbing in Scotland is relatively young – say, twenty years or so. The tradition has always been to make use of the more adventurous mountains, crags and … Continue reading
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Walking & Scrambling – Lake District

by Sarah Morton April 15, 2014

After my mega Scottish winter climbing trip earlier this year, I was sofa bound with a pretty bad virus and it is just recently I have started to feel a little bit human again – perhaps the occasional sighting of the sun has helped! As a result, I hadn’t really done much to write home about, so it was great … Continue reading
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Scottish Winter Climbing

by Sarah Morton February 25, 2014

The winter conditions in Scotland have been challenging this year to say the least, and as pretty much a novice winter climber I’ve found my winter climbing trip a bit of a roller coaster. Having gone from days battling 70mph gusting winds and skin-abrasing spin-drift, to Alpine-like bluebird skies with barely a breeze to contend with, I’ve probably seen the … Continue reading
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