Tag Archives: Lui

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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A bounce in your step – literally

The Canadian Campsite at Inverey Not many people now know of the old Canadian Campsite, yet during the late ’60s and early ’70s of last century it was the weekend residence of choice for hundreds of walkers and climbers. Not … Continue reading

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