Category Archives: Wildnerness

What the Aonach Eagach Ridge Taught Me

      It was my first trip to the Scottish Highlands and I didn’t really know what to expect. We hadn’t meticulously studied the maps, we just knew we’d have three days to get to the train station of Fort William … Continue reading

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Climbing the Cobbler

     In October, my mates and I wanted to discover more of Scotland, so we aimed to climb the Cobbler, a mountain known to be by far the most spectacular of the Arrochar Alps. We woke up bright and early … Continue reading

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First Days of Winter

    Back in 2010. It was a cold and sunny day. My hiking mate was leaving Scotland, so we decided to do a last trip to Glencoe, probably the most beautiful valley of the UK. The route was amazing. From … Continue reading

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Sunshine Over the White Mountains of Scotland

    At that time of the year, the weather wasn’t that good, and, as always in Scotland, unpredictable. I was busy with college, and the trip had been organized last-minute. We didn’t have all of the necessary gear, and I wasn’t … Continue reading

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Canoe Trip in Canada

     I’ve always liked the concept of canoeing down a river. Since I’ve seen the classic movie Deliverance earlier this year, I seriously began to consider having such an adventure.  Not that I  especially wanted to experience being chased by … Continue reading

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