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Category Archives: Running
Beinn Heasgarnich (1078m); Creag Mhor (1047m) Pronunciation: Bine Heskarnich; Krayk Voar Translation: Sheltering Mountain; Big Cliff Total distance: 23.7km Total time: 7hrs 02mins Total ascent: 1350m Weather: Dry and bright: improved throughout the day with sunshine by the afternoon. Cold … Continue reading
After spending the last few days slipping and sliding our way around the snow and ice of the Glenmore Campsite we finally succumbed and bought a couple of pairs of “YakTrax Pros”. The blurb describes them as “Heavy duty traction … Continue reading
We sort of managed a short run this morning! The “sort-of” has nothing to do with feeling the after effects of Hogmanay, but instead, had everything to do with icy paths.
It snowed a little last night: only about 2 inches.
Although the weather was once again cold (below freezing) we decided that a short run along the Caledonian Canal towpath would be a good start to the day. From my parents’ house the start of the canal, at Corpach Basin, … Continue reading
In the morning we went for a run (4 miles) along the shore-front. It was sunny but very windy. I can tell it has been a few weeks since I last did a run! It was also time to do … Continue reading