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Meall Buidhe
Hiking

Meall Buidhe

Meall Buidhe (yellow hill) is one of the Rannoch & Glen Lyon Munros. It can be done by itself or in the same day as Stuchd an Lochain. It’s a short and relatively straightforward Munro but here’s what to expect.

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Stuchd an Lochain
Hiking

Stuchd an Lochain

Stuchd an Lochain (peak of the small loch) can be found to the North of Loch Tay, just off Glen Lyon. Not the hardest or longest of Munros but the views are just as spectacular.

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Red Squirrel On A Log
Photography

Red Squirrels at the Lodge, Aberfoyle

Red squirrels have got to be one of the most adorable creatures in Scotland and our only native squirrel species. I went to The Lodge in Aberfoyle in search of them, there’s a wee wildlife hide there and they can be seen year round.

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Stob Dubh
Hiking

Buachaille Etive Beag

Another week, another couple of Munros in the bag. I felt as though I hadn’t been in Glencoe for some time so I set my sights on Buachaille Etive Beag, the smaller brother of my favourite mountain; Buachaille Etive Mor. It was another Wednesday with the sun shining and I can definitely say I made the most of it. A thoroughly enjoyable climb with some spectacular views over Glen Etive, Glencoe and down to Rannoch Moor.

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Meall Ghaordaidh
Hiking

Meall Ghaordaidh

Another Munro in the bag! This time, it was Meall Ghaordaidh (possibly meaning rounded hill of the shoulder; arm or hand) which is one of the Munros in the Mamlorn Hills. The starting point is at Duncroisk in Glen Lochay, near Killin.

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Beinn Dorain
Hiking

Beinn Dorain and Beinn an Dothaidh

Beinn Dorain (hill of the otter or small stream) and Beinn an Dothaidh (hill of the scorching) are two of the five Bridge of Orchy Munros. Munro number 29 & 30 for me! Only 252 to go…

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An Caisteal and Beinn a'Chroin
Hiking

An Caisteal and Beinn a’Chroin

An Caisteal (the castle) and Beinn a’Chroin (hill of danger) are two of the seven Crianlarich Munros. What a fantastic hike with a stunning cloud inversion at the summit!

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Hiking

Ben Oss and Beinn Dubhchraig

Ben Oss (loch outlet hill) and Beinn Dubhchraig (black rock hill) were the last two of the Tyndrum Hills Munros that I had to do. Here’s what to expect…

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Ben Lui & Beinn a'Chleibh
Hiking

Ben Lui and Beinn a’Chleibh

Ben Lui (hill of the calf) and Beinn a’Chleibh (hill of the chest) are two of the four Tyndrum Hills Munros. It was a cracking hike and one of the fastest I’ve done so far despite the poor weather conditions near the summit!

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Beinn Narnain & Beinn Ime
Hiking

Beinn Narnain and Beinn Ime

Beinn Narnain (hill of the notches) and Beinn Ime (butter hill) are two Munros that are part of the Arrochar Alps on the Western side of Loch Lomond. These two Munros are located at Arrochar, right next to The Cobbler.

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