long distance walking

sgian
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Re: long distance walking

Postby sgian » Tue Nov 02, 2010 12:06 am

I finished the west highland way for the fourth time last month.I managed to climb a couple of munros on the way.I nearly froze to death one night when the temperature plumetted below zero while i was camping.That was a bit scary and unexpected for the time of year.Luckily i got through it .
Rachel.

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Arctic Moth
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Re: long distance walking

Postby Arctic Moth » Fri Jan 07, 2011 2:35 am

I haven't been long distance walking for ages, and would be far too unfit at the moment, but I too love the outdoors, especially Scotland; it's a right privilege to live so close to such a beautiful place and I have vague intentions of moving there when I get bored of London.

Wild camping in particular can be wondrous; I've had such memorable experiences in places such as Sandwood Bay, Mull and Barra.


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