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Post-pandemic hiking in the Highlands

2021 reviewed – We’ve included some images of our personal explorations this year as we were not able to share our winter with you.

It’s always interesting to look back at the photos you’ve taken during the year. Obviously, we tend to take photos when the weather is better so looking back over them, we get the impression that there have been loads of sunny days.

We did have an exceptional summer this year: we all went for a swim in the river Spey – which has never happened before! Unfortunately there’s no photographic evidence of this. However, check out the pictures from our Cairngorm 4000er trip in July; in contrast to the weather we started off with in Strathfarrar. Thank goodness for hot tenting in the tentipi which allowed us to have a relatively social but warm and socially distanced dinner together.

Thanks to those who have already shared images with us (some of which you might recognise below) particularly Peter Johns, Mayank Balsara, Looi Oon, Rhona Grant and Cassie Ronaldson.

Happy memories!

If you have any other images  you’d like to share with us we always welcome additions to our library!

Next steps:

Also if you haven’t been able to review your trip yet – Facebook and Google are the best platforms at the moment.

For full versions of the images click through to our google album where you can also download images if you wish. Please let us know if you’d like to download any particular images for your personal use.

If you’d like to see the full galleries from the following trips please email us for the link:

Remote Munros: Strathfarrar

Magical Mull

Cairngorm 4000ers

Complete Cairngorms

Glens, Forests and Lochs

Western Isles Wilderness

Classic Torridon

Autumn Munros

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