Tag Archives: Glen Lui

Walking through the (ice) ages

How far did the Devil’s Point stretch? It’s an odd question, but one that occurred to me one day as I sat on the side of Ben MacDui looking across Glen Dee at the rocky face of Bod an Deamhain, … Continue reading

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Trees of the Cairngorms

It had started out a day for the tops. Beinn a Bhuird to be exact. But having emerged into Glen Quoich from Clais Fhearnaig and seen the south top with its head in the clouds, I decided to set my … Continue reading

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Off the path

It’s nice to indulge in a whim now and then. Most times I go out on a walk I pretty much know where I’m going before I start, but now and then it’s good just to forget about route-planning and … Continue reading

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Who was Roger?

  A question of names Forming a link between Glen Lui and Glen Quoich in the Cairngorms, there’s a pass and lochan called on the map Clais Fhearnaig. It makes a pleasant wander for those who prefer to be among … Continue reading

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A new stove for Bob Scott’s Bothy

After more than a year of fundraising and delays in the work getting done due to the depth of snow on the track, the new stove has finally been installed at Bob Scott’s Bothy. A day and a half of … Continue reading

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