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Travel Blogs from Kinlochleven
... that I booked online several months ago. They wouldn't let us pick our seats, but we were guaranteed to have seats together. The price seems a bit high now; it was 58 pounds each for the return trip. The two towns are about forty miles apart, and the ride was about two hours each way. We passed through hilly countryside, small villages, beautiful shores of lochs, and several dark tunnels.
The coach we were in was the closest to ...
... area again. A lot of films have been made near Glencoe, so it might look familiar. We found out about 85,000 people hike at least part of the West Highland Trail every year, with Kinlochleven the next to the last stop, so the town was busy and a lot of visitors enjoying a pretty warm evening outside.
Like most of the places we have visited, most of the visitors seem European...we hear a lot of different accents. People definitely looked like ...
Wednesday 28th May; Carn Liath 1006m, Stob Poite Coire Ardair 1054m, Creag Meagaidh 1128
A wonderful Mountain day!
Martin and I set off promptly, thinking that if the weather turned we would just do Carn Liath then retreat and were walking at 9am from the visitor centre at Aberarder. We followed the excellent path up to the more established birch forest, and ...
Monday 26th May; Beinn Teallach 915m and Beinn
a Chaorainn 1049m
Today we walked with Roland, doing 2 Munros about an hour
away near Roughburn (Roybridge area). We
took the track through the forest and out onto the hill, tackling Beinn
Teallach first. It was quite a slog over
rough heather, until the final slope, which was a little rockier. We saw ...
... clouds have arrived!
I was so so happy to see clouds this morning. I have been treated to 8 days of mainly sunshine which has been glorious but not quite how I imagined the highlands. And now the Easter holidays have finished and the kids are back in school I don't feel bad celebrating proper Scottish weather.
As I wound around the base of the hills the mountain pass I was due to climb over became apparent. Its not particularly high but takes you up onto a ridge and ...