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Ben More and Stob Binnein

Ben More (big hill) and Stob Binnein (hill of the anvil) are the two massive mountains you see on the left, just before Crianlarich. They are the 16th and 18th highest Munros, and respectable heights at that!

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Meall Corranaich & Meall a’Choire Leith

Meall Corranaich (notched hill/ hill of lamenting) and Meall a’Choire Leith (hill of the grey corrie) are another two Munros that can be found in the Lawers Group and the last two that I had to check off.

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Meall Greigh, Meall Garbh & An Stuc

Meall Greig (hill of horse studs), Meall Garbh (rough hill) and An Stuc (the peak) are another three Munros that can be found in the Lawers Group, on the Northern side of Loch Tay.

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Beinn Ghlas & Ben Lawers

After a few weeks without bagging Munros, I decided I better get the finger out. For my tenth Munro, I thought I’d do the tenth highest; Ben Lawers.

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Probably one of the most famous Munros, Schiehallion ranks 58th out of 282 for height. It was also used in a scientific experiment to ‘weigh the world’ back in the 1774. After years of hearing the name ‘Schiehallion’, I finally bagged it.

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The Cobbler (Ben Arthur)

The Cobbler is one of my favourite mountains that I have done so far. It’s both aesthetically pleasing and an enjoyable climb.

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Meall Nan Tarmachan

Another scorching day in Scotland, another Munro bagged. On Thursday, I took on Meall Nan Tarmachan and the Tarmachan Ridge with Boab, Teej and Chrissy.

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Ben Chonzie

During the week, I managed to bag another Munro. This time, it was Ben Chonzie in the Crieff area. What a cracking hike, excellent Munro for beginners!

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Beinn Each

After catching the bug again from hiking up Ben A’an, I turned my sights to Beinn Each & Stuc a’Chroin.

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Ben A’an

After a failed venture into printed clothing and struggling to find motivation to do anything, I finally dragged myself out the house this earlier this week. I decided to gauge my fitness by hiking up Ben A’an.

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Abandoned In Australia

As the title suggests, we feel abandoned in Australia. Our flights have been cancelled, our rescheduled flights have been cancelled and no-one is answering our calls.​

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The Cage Of Death

What do you do when your homeward flight gets cancelled? Jump in the “Cage of Death” at Crocosaurus Cove probably isn’t the answer but it’s what we done. I’ve been buzzing to do this since I found out it was a thing.

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