Aonach Eagach Ridge Scramble in Glen Coe

Recently working 9 to 5 has ceased to be a thing I need to do. Living the van life full time opens up so many opportunities, not just physically but creatively and motivationally. Inspired by the recent freedom and favourable weather it was time to hit the hills and get more munros climbed. Two summits […]

I quit my job and you should too

I’ve got a history of mental health problems. There I said it. Shocked? It seems to be a topic that is slowly coming more into the open in recent years. However its one that can instil fear into many if brought up and an awkward attempt to change subject. Whether it’s taboo or not, the […]

Flying Fortress B29 Crash Site

Munro bagging has been on the back burner over the last couple of months. Adventures have still however been continuing weekly seeing me explore the country from Balmoral, to the island of Ailsa Craig. I was recently offered the chance by a local friend of visiting a plane crash site near Dunoon in Scotland. Of […]

Pyramid pursuits with kings and queens

Coming close to my extended time away munro bagging it was time to complete some full areas on my tick map. The plan for later in the year is to venture into regions I haven’t even touched yet such as Torridon and Ben Alder. Before then I had two mountain summits remaining in the Southern […]

Iceland exploration – a Viking invasion

Iceland the home of the Viking, mountains and of course volcanoes. The interest in visiting had been there for many years and there was no longer a reason to delay due to low cost flights. There is a wide range of tourist attractions to suit a variety of people in Iceland. Whether you’re an avid […]