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Great walk. Saw reindeer which was unexpected

mountain biking
1 day ago

Fun track and very relaxing, easy difficulty level. It would probably take 1-2 hours for most people.

hiking
1 day ago

Very nice walk in the forest. We made it with two little childs and it was fine.
The path is well marked and some of the views are just amazing.

mountain biking
1 day ago

great trails, you can follow it in to portreath for a more challenging and technical ride!

hiking
1 day ago

Just completed this in June 2018 over a 10 day period. Some complete this in as little as 4. Overall moderate difficulty. Though some days are more challenging.Highly recommended. See my 10 recordings for a daily record and description for each days hike. Look me up on facebook for a complete photo record of each day. We booked the hike with Macs Adventures who we highly recommend.

Somewhat steep trail with amazing views the entire way up. As with most popular trails, it does get crowded, so get there early. Also, “early” is not that early on Skye. We arrived at about 8:30 am and were some of the first people on the trail.

hiking
1 day ago

Amazing views for the entire trail. Remote location, but it is worth it.

hiking
1 day ago

Pretty and easy, but crowded.

Easy trail that ends in a cool town - Kinlochleven- with a few decent restaurants. NOTE: Kingshouse is under construction and NO parking is allowed there. However, you can park at Glencoe ski resort or 2 miles west of Kingshouse where the Devils Staircase begins, this skipping the two miles of trail that follows the road.

hiking
1 day ago

Short hike with great views of the entire city. Don’t wear nice shoes.

perfect short hike into the Nevis gorge. A nice rock path all the way.

Oh. My. God.
The most beautiful hike I have ever been on.

Unfortunately the Fairy Pools were a case of expectation vs reality. the photoshopped pictures online are not what you're likely to see. Photos on this page are accurate. Admittedly the water is a cool color. Crowded trail with people crawling all over the creek and obstructing views. --I think that's what no one tells you is that you have to climb down into the creek to get the best shots you see online.
It is scenic because it is Scotland, but is not in my top 5 hikes on the Isle of Skye.

Fantastic views all around. The path is muddy and can be slippery so use caution.

Great hike even if the weather wasn't so nice with us (rain and strong wind). But the view is worth the effort !
We made it with two little childs of 6 and 3 years old !
The path is fine and different ways can be taken.

It is a nice little trail for intermediate riders, but if under confident in ability can still be done if you take your time. But has slightly changed from about 5 - 6 months ago as do not go across the road that looked dug out.

mountain biking
3 days ago

Has the technicality for intermediate riders and enjoyable. If good at riding then to make the route more interesting just see if you can complete in a certain time. Good route

road biking
4 days ago

Really lovely and relaxed trail for biking! Can’t wait to bring my kids.

Beautiful walking in Malvern

This walk is absolutely stunning. Beautiful views at all points of the walk (as you can probably imagine), if you're not caught in a cloud! The Crib Lem spur is a great way to ascend Carnedd dafydd, it is a grade one scramble which is very exposed.

Amazing views everywhere you look. Well worth doing this hike!

Watch out when walking around the islands. The sand is covered in oil but it’s not visible until you start walking on it.

walking
6 days ago

A good trail which follows a signed Coldrum Trail for much of the way with an extension to take in the stones. At least that was our impression, as the markers were not always obvious and we used the app map several times. The stones are worth visiting, what an amazing find. Near there appeared to be a path which could cut the route in half for those that prefer a short hike. We had dogs and other than the Trosley country park itself we had them unleashed for much of the walk.

The trail starts out fairly easy then increases in difficulty after the half way point. Great workout!!

hiking
7 days ago

This trail has everything you want in a hike: mountains, meadows, forest, wildlife, birds, English villages, and more. We did it in 12 days and stayed in B&Bs. This trek is not easy, the Lake District does have steep inclines where a few places are a scramble. If it's raining and slick it could get scary... when there is not a steep incline/decline it's a 20+ mile slog of a day. Worth it, but I would say it's a difficult hike as opposed to a moderate.

great hike

hiking
7 days ago

Just completed this in May 2018 - used a different app to record it. The official Way is 96 miles but distance can vary depending on where you stay. I started from Drymen (prounounced Dri-men with rolled rrrr) taking a train and bus from Glasgow, skipping the official start in Milngavie (prounouced Mul-guy). Hiked for 7 days - 15.3 miles (Drymen - Rowardennan), 13.8 miles (Rowardennan - Inverarnan), 6.7 miles (Inverarnan - Crainlarch), 14.5 miles (Crainlarch - Bridge of Orchy), 11.3 miles (B of O - White Corries/bus stop to Glencoe), 9.32 miles (White Corries - Kinlochleven), and 16.1 miles ( Kinlochleven - Ft William) for daily mileage, ending in Fort William. If you wild camp and have more time, you have a bit more freedom as to daily mileage. May was glorious (and I was told many times that it was highly unusual to not have any rain for a whole week) - I booked rooms and hostels 6 months in advance and there were limited options so plan ahead. The hike itself is not difficult or technical, but the old military roads and long daily distances can be taxing on feet and knees. All is cured with a pint at the end of the day. Met great folks and fell in love with Scotland. This was my first long distance inn-to-inn hike. If you do have more time, I highly recommend spending a few extra days in Glencoe.

It was the first hike of my parents both 60 yo. Wasn’t too tiring and they enjoyed fantastic view all the way.

nature trips
7 days ago

We went down the White to Black Forest walk. It was very easy but amazing walk through the woods.

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