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userElaine
Posted: 10 November 2006 8:52 PM
Subject: munro's
 
2525
Location: Ayrshire


Do any of you walk in Scotland,me and my other half do the munro's, great exercise and scenery.
userlofty
Posted: 12 November 2006 6:21 PM
Subject: RE: munro's
 
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Location: Hull ,East Yorkshire


Hi Elain,try www.coast2coast.co.uk ,the monroes quite often get mentioned in the general chat section, I.ve bagged Ben Cruachan and ben Nevis ,I started the cobbler but got rained off,my own fault I didn't take my wet gear
userElaine
Posted: 12 November 2006 9:00 PM
Subject: RE: munro's
 
2525
Location: Ayrshire


Hi Lofty, my other half has done cruachan and nevis, he said chruachan was a great walk I think he took in another couple of munros that day as I was working that day. He jumps in the motorhome and I don't see him all weekend. Its good when I'm off as the two of us can get some walking done.
userSIB
Posted: 14 November 2006 4:58 PM
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Location: West Yorkshire - Horizons Unlimited Cavarno 2


Hi Guys

Munro's are great fun! I've been climbing in Scotland for over 40 years, walking, rock climbing, winter climbing, hill running as the Scots call it. Naturally I've aquired a few Munros in that time but not deliberately. That is, not until recent years when Mrs SIB decided that we would do them all. So now we set off as often as poss in the camper van, usually with our like minded friends, and disappear into the hills for a few days. The good thing for me is that Munro bagging takes you places you wouldn't otherwise necessarily think of going.

Have fun & take care
userElaine
Posted: 14 November 2006 8:26 PM
Subject: RE: munro's
 
2525
Location: Ayrshire


My hubby did the same, started walking then got introduced to the munro's and has now caught the bug as we call it up here. I think he has completed 264 to date, I am a long way behind but don't intend completing them as there are quite a few scary ones in skye I don't fancy doing.
userjorgea
Posted: 12 April 2013 7:14 PM
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It's a very nice area for a pleasant walk.
usertomkent45
Posted: 15 April 2013 12:58 PM
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Hello,
If you're going to Scotland then this could be useful!
http://www.visitscotland.com/see-do/activities/walking
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