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Stefan Durkacz
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Nature-loving dad, occasional backpacker
Nature-loving dad, occasional backpacker

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Twenty four hours in Glen Etive
Time was tight. It always is, but there was an added deadline: thunderstorms and torrential rain on Saturday afternoon bringing a dramatic end to the heatwave. I had 24 hours to play with. Mental triangulations resulted fairly quickly in a firm plan: the fi...

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Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park anti-camping byelaws are predictably failing to deal with the antisocial minority, whilst penalising those who camp responsibly.

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A round-up of my recent outdoors exploits...

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Lucky seven
Despite appearances on this blog, I've had quite a busy and eventful few weeks in outdoors terms - and varied too. At the end of March I was down in London and headed out to the Medway for a walk through the marshes. I followed the Saxon Shore Way from Rain...

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A trip to Beinn a'Ghlo

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Hill of the mist
I went to Beinn a Ghlo armed for winter. Instead it felt like the first big day of summer. The sun was strong and unbroken, and there were lots of people. Down in the corries and glens newly hatched flies circled in the sunbeams above chattering burns. On t...

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Bijou blogette about a recent wintry hillwalk

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'The wrong kind of snow'
Mick, David and I had a day out on the Lochearnhead Corbetts last week. Original plans for a multi-day trip up north had been scaled back for various reasons, not least a dismal weather forecast, but something is usually better than nothing so we took advan...

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