Survival in the Scottish Highlands: Adventure Travel at its best: Part 3

Cont'd from previous post: Part 3 of 3 Day 4: Our 3rd wake up was never really a wake up as you need to actually fall asleep in order to wake up, and we all got very little sleep that night. Our shelter had provided us exactly what we constructed it for. It kept us dry, and protected us … Continue reading Survival in the Scottish Highlands: Adventure Travel at its best: Part 3

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Survival in the Scottish Highlands: Adventure Travel at its best: Part 2

Cont'd from previous post: Part 2 of 3 Ardgay is small Scottish town just about 2 hours north of Inverness and was to be our rendezvous point. Set in the Scottish countryside it's a very picturesque sleepy town with a population of around 400. The people of Ardgay were just as warm and friendly as anywhere … Continue reading Survival in the Scottish Highlands: Adventure Travel at its best: Part 2

Survival in the Scottish Highlands: Adventure Travel at its best: Part 1

The Scottish Highlands, known for its mountainous terrain bound by run off streams and rivers meandering through the valleys, its a very sparsely populated part of the United Kingdom. Often identified as Whisky country with a reputation as having some of the best fly fishing in the world, as well as very popular with sport hunting and "getaway" … Continue reading Survival in the Scottish Highlands: Adventure Travel at its best: Part 1