Tag: camper van

Podcast launch for Goseemountains.com

Life on the road has opened up a whole host of possibilities but also challenges. In those lonely dark nights in the hills we @ Goseemountains.com have had time to put pen to paper on recording our first podcast series. The intention of the podcast is to document life as we experience it away from […]

Orkney odyssey – Scottish island adventure

Orkney is a large group of islands sitting North East from the Scottish mainland. Steeped in history with everything from Neolithic tombs, to vikings and even World War II sites. Orkney has a massive amount of rich material to explore. I travelled to the far north of Scotland with my mother to fulfil one of […]

Cairngorm off grid van life routine

I write this journal entry sitting in the Linn of Dee car park in Scotland on day seven of my new life.  Living the van life.  A phrase that has became more popular recently as it once was in the 60s.  Those uttering it may or may not be qualified to do so.  After over […]

100 article milestone passed

Wow recently I reached over 100 adventure filled articles on Goseemountains.com. For over two years I’ve brought readers a flavour of personal struggle and achievement of climbing the Scottish munros and exploring the world. Covering everything from what gear to take with you, through to where to get the best mountain experience. When I started […]

Cape Wrath trail a long distance odyssey

What every break from 9 to 5 work needs. An epic long distance trekking adventure. Think of Scotland and most of you will instantly think of the West Highland Way. A well marked walking route between Fort William and Glasgow. Having completed this 100 mile trail in the late 1990’s I was looking for a […]

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 […]