The Clashmach hill is a great short hill walk from the centre of the town of Huntly which has a beautiful glow of yellow in the Spring from the gorse that covers it. At the summit you will be treated to amazing views of Huntly and beyond. Although it is a relatively short walk it… Continue reading Clashmach Hill Huntly
This circular route is based around Aberlour in the heart of Speyside, an area famed for its whisky distilleries and shortbread factory. The walk takes you out of the town and into the woods. Following the woodland path, you will come to the stunning Linn Falls (Linn of Ruthrie waterfalls). On your return to the… Continue reading Linn Falls Circular, Aberlour, Moray
The Cullen and Portknockie circular takes in some of the Moray coast’s most amazing places, including Cullen and Portknockie harbour, the famed Bow fiddle rock, Cullen Beach as well as caves and a viaduct, There is an opprtunity to have a wee paddle along the way on Cullen beach. Towards the end, you walk along… Continue reading Cullen Bay and Portknockie Circular, Moray
The Meikle Balloch Hill overlooks Keith and on a clear day you can see the hill path from my house in Keith. It is a beautiful and peaceful walk through the forest and among the heather, the views of Moray and Aberdeenshire are incredible. Start: Balloch forestry car park near Keith Distance: 4 miles Time:… Continue reading Meikle Balloch Hill Circuit, Near Keith
Whiteash hill woods are between Keith and Fochabers. They are home to a maze of many paths and forestry tracks. With a short uphill climb you find one of Scotland’s pyramids, the huge cairn erected in memory of Frances Harriet, Duchess of Richmond by the 1st Duke of Gordon in 1887. As well as the… Continue reading Whiteash hill woods Duchess of Richmond Cairn, Moray
In October we made the decision to take off on Christmas day and head to Skye. I booked our favourite campsite so we was all set. Due to the current situation we wasn’t even sure if it would go ahead but we took our chances and kept everything crossed. By Christmas eve was pretty much… Continue reading Christmas in Skye
After we got a wee invitation from the lovely folks at The Snug at Logie farm to come and review one of their lovely new luxury camping pods we couldn’t wait to go and explore. I didn’t really make much of a plan but I did put a wee post on Facebook looking for recommendations… Continue reading All Snug in Fife
When we ventured off on our holidays we passed though Nairn like we have done may times. Yet again I said to Mr C wonder what that big igloo type thing is down there. But this time I posted on the Nairn rocks Facebook page. This led to several comments and then Kim the owner… Continue reading How my inquisitiveness led me to have a epic experience!
When you do lots of walking there is 2 vital pieces of equipment you need. Good boots and comfy socks. The perfect pair of both will enable you to walk further and longer. Last week Heather at Scottish Womans walking group posted some monogramed SWWG merino wool socks that were made in North East Scotland.… Continue reading Who knew there was a sock manufacturer in Moray?
Our next few days was spent at Camping Skye at Broadford was time to chill out! Also a chance to do some washing as they have great laundry and drying facilities! The first night was very wet and windy we felt so sorry for the poor people in tents! The carried on most of the… Continue reading Our Summer holiday 2021 part 3
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