Sunday, 5 March 2017

Eastward bound

It goes like this.

For the life of me I can't figure out if it is possible to share a Google Earth link, so here's a screen cap of my route.

I think it is entirely possible that walking across Scotland will be easier than planning the walk. It HAS to be easier than making the OS Maps' digital routes appear in Google Earth.

Two months and 7 days to go.


  1. I wish I could make my maps as colourful as that Minna, it's positively psychedelic! Good route choice by the way, and sociable. A classic start from Knoydart (I challenge you to keep your feet dry on the last km to Sourlies), and you're going to love it along Glen Feshie if you're heading that way, a beautiful place to camp. Are you planning to head over Mount Battock after Tarfside to get to the Fetteresso?

    1. JohnBoy, I'm trying to bring the colours of the rainbow to the crossing (or, it might just be a tad psychedelic...). For a first time in Scotland, ever, I tried to plot a low-level, sociable crossing, and I seem to have succeeded. Mount Keen will be my only (planned) Munro and indeed Mount Battock my only Corbett. As for Day 1 and dry feet, I suppose I need to prepare to run over the bog like Dash in the Incredibles :).