Let me be the first to say what a fantastic read and a very well done on an arduous walk. So many places I have been to but never connected them up with your wild walking. I did the Great Glen Canoe Trail last month and this brought back great memories of good company, food and wild camps.
Glad you enjoyed it, it was all new ground to me so each day was a mini adventure. I've not looked at the GGCT since they were getting it going a few years back, it's still on my paddling to-do list
Excellent trip and report Rich. It's a stunning art of the country to head through. Shame Andy had to pull out, but sensible when going somewhere remote. Sounds like you'd planned it all really well - I know what a pain re-supply can be up there. And lovely to see Sandwood Bay again. It's been too long for me. Cheers for posting up, I feel kind've guilty with a short reply after you took the time to write an epic .
Again brilliant stuff,
Cheers Colin, planning was a lot tougher on this one than the TGO, although once at Ullapool we were spoilt for choice
That was a brilliant read, many thanks for writing it up.
Brilliant report mate! I really enjoyed that!
Cheers Cam, glad you enjoyed it mate
Great report mate, well done it looks fantastic
Have you done a kit list?
Cheers ozzy, there's a link to my kit list in post #9 if you haven't found it yet