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walks, Scotland, munros, walking, hiking, munro-bagging, maps, routes
walks, Scotland, munros, walking, hiking, munro-bagging, maps, routes

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Setting off up into thick mist incredibly early this morning certainly paid rewards.... they do say the early bird catches the worm.
There are a couple of clues in the pics - so can anyone guess which hill I was on?
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2016-08-02
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Looking down the road to Kinlochewe and Loch Maree yesterday evening... a view of promise! http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/torridon/
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Here's our pick from Scotland's magnificent ice-scoured corries (coires to give the Gaelic spelling)... share and let us know if we've included your favourites.
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/news/our-pick-scotlands-mountain-corries/0015106/
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Leaving Carn a' Claise towards Glas Maol today, on the round of the 4 Munros on the east side of the Cairnwell Pass.
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/cairngorms/glas-maol.shtml
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The Isle of Raasay is just a short ferry hop from Skye but feels a world apart. Here's our guide to walking on this beautiful island:
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/skye/isle-of-raasay.shtml
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+Walkhighlands' Helen with the Google Trekker at the summit of Cairn Gorm today - the highest the Trekker has ever been in the UK.
We're recording footage of some of Scotland's most beautiful places in partnership with Google - eventually you'll be able to explore them on Street View as well as on Walkhighlands itself.
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/cairngorms/
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Looking across beautiful Glen Nevis to the mighty Ben - Britain's highest mountain - in the perfect sunshine today.
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/fortwilliam/fortwilliam.shtml
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There are very few things that can stop me eating a cheese sandwich, but today I froze in mid bite as this beautiful otter took a look at us, and then sauntered boldly past just 3 or 4 metres away. We then spent the next hour - now with camera out - watching her hunting for food through the kelp. Magic.
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6/7/16
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Can never drive past Arkle without stopping to take another photo... but yesterday evening was the best light yet.
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/sutherland/arkle.shtml
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