Highland Getaway Restaurant with Rooms
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... in town insisted there was only one bus each way to the glen each day. So that added a two mile walk in each direction between town and starting point to the already long hike up the peak.
Although Ben Nevis is only 4,400 feet high you start the climb essentially at sea level, so the vertical ascent is similar to what is typical for climbing a fourteener in Colorado except that at this low altitude there’s a lot more oxygen. And a ...
... Yum. Best part, we got to keep our tasting glass as a souvenir! After all of our excursions we just went to 2 local bars for some drinks and food. The first, Tartan's Tavern, was really cool. We talked to the bartender for a while. Then we went down the street for some food. We have a long day tomorrow. Driving 3 hours to the Isle of Skye, in apparently crazy roads and weather. Then we are driving all around Skye for all of the scenes out there! I'm so excited I hope the weather ...
... potion and
fuelled me effortlessly up the hill in the cool evening temperatures. The
views were stunning, the selfies at the summit were not.
By the time I had joined Al and Jez at the Inveroran Hotel, it was now
about nine o clock. I found Alasdair lying face down on his bed in his
pants, dead to the world. Ever the pragmatist, Jeremy was trying to secure
us a hearty evening meal. Given meal time was over at 8pm, the staff gave
... zig zagging ascent of Beinn na Caillich. It was pretty steep but a nice trail and we reached a plateau near the summit. Here we were rewarded with fantastic views. After a snack the weather came in again- whipping cold wind and a little drizzle. We continued up until we reached a lot of snow just before the summit. Gingerly attempting to keep going we decided it was a bit steep and slippery, and maybe not such a great ...
... I loved the dormers and the old character of the place, and it was good to see it was really clean and in good shape.
The manager talked us out of taking our car out and said we could walk to nearby Arthur's Seat, a high (800') old volcano that is a popular viewpoint. Found out the walk was a little longer than he implied, but we got there and decided to just follow the path partly up Salisbury Crags (could be Arthur's Footstool, but still 450' ...