Hiking in Scotland

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disentangled
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Re: Hiking in Scotland

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If you have the chance, pop over to Wales. There's fantastic climbing in Snowdonia.
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Re: Hiking in Scotland

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Like others have said: Glencoe, Cullins, Isle of Skye. We did a bike tour and hiked our bikes up to the Lookout Bothy on the Isle of Skye and stayed the night. Highly recommended! The Scottish Bothy Bible is a solid book to pick up to help guide you to some really amazing places you might overlook otherwise!
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Re: Hiking in Scotland

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CUaaron25 wrote: Tue Mar 22, 2022 9:52 am Like others have said: Glencoe, Cullins, Isle of Skye. We did a bike tour and hiked our bikes up to the Lookout Bothy on the Isle of Skye and stayed the night. Highly recommended! The Scottish Bothy Bible is a solid book to pick up to help guide you to some really amazing places you might overlook otherwise!
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Oh my. That looks... horribly miserable.
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Re: Hiking in Scotland

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Sbenfield wrote: Mon Mar 21, 2022 2:53 pm I’m no expert on Scottish Munroes, but I had a great time in Skye when I hiked Bla Bheinn in April 2019. My relatives who live near Glasgow recommended it to me and I was really happy that I took their advice!
Do you have an accurate Strava for this dope route??? :horns: :horns: :horns:
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Re: Hiking in Scotland

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Reg0928 wrote: Tue Mar 22, 2022 9:40 pm
Sbenfield wrote: Mon Mar 21, 2022 2:53 pm I’m no expert on Scottish Munroes, but I had a great time in Skye when I hiked Bla Bheinn in April 2019. My relatives who live near Glasgow recommended it to me and I was really happy that I took their advice!
Do you have an accurate Strava for this dope route??? :horns: :horns: :horns:
I only have inaccurate Strava :(
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