Category Archives: Hillwalking

DEUTER HELIUM RUCKSACK REVIEW: IDEAL FOR SHORT DAY TRIPS

      Deuter Rucksack Review The ‘Helium’ Rucksack by Deuter comes in a number of different sizes suitable for a days expedition. I was lucky enough to have been asked to review the Helium 34l and see what I

HILLWALKING, AND SOME OF THE DIFFICULTIES I ENCOUNTER

  Background As you  may know by now, I am very attached to the Scottish Mountains and love walking in them. It does, off course bring its own set of challenges for me. UK Hillwalking magazine kindly agreed to publish

A WALK IN THE LOMOND HILLS

  The Lomond Hills stand pretty much in the centre of the Kingdom of Fife and can be seen from afar. The village of Falkland lies at the foot of them, an old and historic Scottish town. Falkland is home

HILLWALKING IN BEAUTIFUL PERTHSHIRE AND MY MOTIVATION TO CLIMB MOUNTAINS AGAIN

Motivation Since I started this sports and fitness blog last year, I have felt really inspired to start hillwalking again. When I was at university I was very motivated to climb mountains. I was a member of the university hillwalking

THE THREE BRETHREN: AN INSPIRATIONAL WALK IN THE SCOTTISH BORDERS

The Three Brethren If you are looking for motivation, this inspiring walk in the Scottish Borders might just be the thing. On a relatively low hill outside Selkirk, the Three Brethren stand tall against the skyline. Three 10 foot cairns

BE INSPIRED: READ A LITTLE OF MY STORY I SET OUT IN ANOTHER GUEST BLOG

I was asked to write a guest post on another blog called Mummy Tries and I am very grateful.   Renee is an inspirational mother, a home educator and a published author. Mummy Tries is an inspiring lifestyle blog to