Tag: mountain walk

Bothy New Year Glenfeshie

What better way to kick off entering a new year than by ticking off another item on the bucket list. Bothy living. For those not in the know, a bothy is a Scottish mountain hut or cottage. Normally used by hikers and mountaineers during expeditions to hike near by munros or try new climbing routes. […]

2019 mountain planning – munro madness

2018 has been a good year for munro bagging exploits at Goseemountains. As of writing, I’ve climbed to 135 summits of the highest mountains in Scotland over 3000ft. Sitting at 7 mountains short of the half way point is a huge achievement. Approaching the second half of my target I have renewed vigour to complete […]

Public transport into the mountains

Recently I returned from a trip to climb the Munros up in the remote Scottish highland train station of Corrour.  I enjoyed the more relaxed pace of taking public transport into the mountains.  Not having to drive let me enjoy the amazing scenery on the West Highland rail line that runs from Glasgow through to […]

Preparing your camper van for winter

The winter months are on the way very shortly.  Its the perfect opportunity to make sure that your camper van is ready for the cold weather.  Being located in Scotland is a great base for enjoying fantastic winter adventures.  The snow capped Cairngorms or Lawers ranges are majestic but can get exceptionally chilly.  While deciding on my VW T6 transporter van build, […]

Glen Coe ghost busting

Heading into Autumn I’m excited to confirm that Harvey the RV is now fully converted and ready to hit the open road.  The first destination on the list being munro bagging to Glen Coe in the Scottish highlands.  Huge thanks to John over at Revolution Vans for all his hard work on the VW T6 camper conversion project.  With […]