Pitlochry to Rannoch Moor

At the beginning of March 2017 - i travelled up to Scotland again, wild camping and Hiking. This time I started off walking from Pitlochry. I was heading to Rannoch Moor train station, some 38 miles away, but I only had 4 days to walk this distance. With only two trains a day and none on... Continue Reading →

Everest Base camp trek 2016

I went to Nepal in 2007 with the intention of trying the Everest base camp trek. Mainly due to the circumstances of the weather that year the flights to Lukla were rained off. I've been to Nepal several times since, but on each occasion there was some reason or another why the base camp trek remained... Continue Reading →

Scarfell Pike August 2015

I love wild camping and any excuse to get away into the hills and I go for it. I've just been away with a friend of mine to the Lakes. We caught the train to Windermere and then a bus up to Dungeon Ghyll, from where we set off into the wilds. We camped the... Continue Reading →

Hiking in the Yorkshire Dales 2015

I've just returned from hiking and wild camping with a friend of mine in the Yorkshire Dales. We hiked from Settle to Horton-in-Ribblesdale, setting out from Settle on the Monday night. We arrivied at Scaleber Foss in the early evening and set up camp putting our bivvies up and having a night round the fire. The next... Continue Reading →

Wild Camping in the Lakes 2014

Last week myself and a friend set out for the Lakes. This was my first experience of wild camping with some else for a while and my first activity of the year. We arrived at Penrith, late into the afternoon and caught the bus to Keswick. Just short of Keswick, we got off the bus... Continue Reading →

The journey to Muktinath 2013

Muktinath is a sacred place both for Hindus and Buddhists. It is located in Muktinath Valley at an altitude of 3,710 meters at the foot of the Thorong La mountain pass, in the Himalayas. Hindus call the sacred place 'Mukti Kshetra', which means literally 'place of salvation'. This is because it is believed that if... Continue Reading →

Wild Camping in the Highlands 2012

Hiking and wild camping are my thing. A couple of times a year I like to pack my rucksack and head off up to the Highlands to explore the remoter regions of Scotland. This year was no exception. Towards the end of July I caught the train to Glasgow and then a coach to the... Continue Reading →

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