Travels with a Kilt in 2019…..
After a busy 2018 where I targeted the likes of Orkney, Glasgow, the Outer Hebrides and Sutherland to name but a few, 2018 promises lots more adventures on the road. It’s early days and this list won’t be getting any smaller but here’s what’s lined up for the year ahead so far.
2019 kicked off with a dash straight to the Isle of Mull! A glorious island that I’ve only visited once previously, I may be returning later in the year for further exploration. I’m also planning on exploring Loch Lomond (with a difference), both North and South Lanarkshire and the easier hiking opportunities to be found in Central Scotland and the Southern Highlands.
I’m sure an island or two could be arranged. I can’t imagine not visiting the Outer Hebrides at least once a year so don’t be surprised….
The Scotlanders are also off to explore the North East of Scotland in a route that will take in parts of the Cairngorms, Aberdeenshire and the stretching coastline of a part of Scotland that doesn’t get enough hype.
Another epic road trip to the Northern Highlands is due and an endless amount of natural highlights along the way is a guarantee. Although I covered many of Sutherland’s peaks last year, there are still many more out there that need seeing to.
Glen Coe at least half a dozen times is a given.
An overdue wander around the Ardnamurchan Peninsula is calling too…
Well, Perthshire. It’d be rude not to. Nowhere can match these parts in an autumnal glow.
Second only to Perthshire for me, Southern Scotland will be getting another visit when the empty expanse of untouched landscapes come to life at this time of year.
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