I’d like to grab a quick trip to
but question is what should I do? Do I just bag a few more Munro’s, or do I go somewhere new and remote, wild camping? Scotland,
If take the Munro’s option then the itinerary is easy, because I’ll take the opportunity to climb some of the peaks that my brother has already done.
If I go for the wild camping option, then I’m really am spoilt for choice.
My first thought is always the Cairngorms, because their wild beauty keeps calling me back.
Time may be running out for the Monadhlaith, so should I revisit this wonderful place, before those money grubbing b******s and politicians ruin it forever.
Then there is Skye. Loch Coruisk has been on my wild camp wish list ever since I read a Chris Townsend article in TGO magazine a few years back. But would I survive the Skye midges in August?
Last but not least, there’s Torridon or somewhere in the far
, I haven’t been there for 30years, but can I really justify the fuel costs for such a long solo trip? North West
Hmmm, decisions, decisions!