Glengarry Castle Hotel
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... I’ve ever hiked in Colorado, but Britain is after all a heavily populated island and lots of tourists from the Continent and across the pond were among the climbers.
The rocks at the top were quite jagged leading me to stumble once. I wasn’t hurt myself but my camera around my neck was a casualty. It hit a rock quite hard in my fall and would only open intermittently afterwards. I was able to use my phone for summit and ...
... by the rain.
Despite the forecast for rain through the day, the rain cleared near the pass and I had good weather for the long walk on the old military road past Tigh-na-Slaibinach and Larimor Ruins. Part on rocky road and part on narrow trail through the forest I was feeling ready for the trek to be over. A few more miles were along a dirt road that descended into Glen Nevis, the valley south of ...
We have been given what is apparently a very rare day in Skye, full sunshine and the colour of the lochs are just gorgeous. I am running our of superlatives. We left Portree and headed up the northern peninsula of the island. On the way we passed the Old Man of Storr, large pointed up thrusts of rock, Lealt Gorge, the kilt rock waterfall and the museum of island life which has crofter cottages with thatched rooves tied down with boulders. The beauty ...
... have seen it.
We then got to see Glen Shiel battlefield, the site of the last battle between foreign troops and the British Army, who were fighting the Jacobites and the Spanish.
What trip of Scotland would be complete without looking for the Loch Ness Monster? I took my try at our stop at Loch Ness, but didn't see anything. There was a fog rolling in over the lake when we were there, so it added a bit of extra spookiness to the area.
... Great Glen and the national trail of the same name (which runs right up to Inverness). The GG is a fault line which almost cuts Scotland in half, with the Caledonian Canal, Loch Lochy (great name) and then Loch Ness, all lying along it.
Today was to South Laggan and would be the longest day I had walked at 23 miles, so was really glad to have Andy's company.
We started well enough along the very picturesque and ...