Backpacking Guides and Trips in United Kingdom

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Cape Wrath Trail: Fort William to Stratchcarron
by Tom_Furniss on May 29, 2010
Achaphubuil, Scotland, United Kingdom
Backpacking | 84 miles
This is a seven day expedition along the Cape Wrath Trail from Fort William to Strathcarron.  The route is based on that detailed in "North to the Cape" by Brook and Hinchcliffe.Accommodation was mainly wild camping with one B&B and with a hotel on the last night.The individual stages are shown separately in these walks with some supporting text:Fort William to Na SocachanNa Sochachan to A'ChuilA'Chuil to River CarnachRiver Carnach to KinlochhournKinlochhourn...
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Sandstone trail
by widneslad on Jun 24, 2011
Frodsham, England, United Kingdom
Backpacking | 27 miles
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Beinn Bhuidhe
by tomyboy73 on Mar 26, 2011
Clachan, Scotland, United Kingdom
Backpacking | 3.3 miles
A combined cycle and walking trip which was actually longer than the stats show, thanks to the gps on my phone switching off and generally being not very good. I parked the car at the walkers car park at the head of loch fyne. I was soon on my bike and across the river fyne and heading up the west side of the river. After 40 odd minutes i had reached the...
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The West Highland Way
by Tarnax on Apr 27, 2009
Milngavie, Scotland, United Kingdom
Backpacking | 93 miles
Great Long Distance Walk in the heart of Scotland ! (walking from Milngavie NNW to Fort-William)So it begins... with a gentle walk from Milngavie to Balmaha. The Only difficulty here is probably "Conic Hill" right before Balmaha but a wonderful view from the top down to Loch Lomond (biggest Loch of Scotland in surface) will be your reward!The part along the Loch Lomond is a bit long and difficult 'cos the path...

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by TheLadHimself on Mar 25, 2009
Brettell Lane, England, United Kingdom
Backpacking | 1.5 miles
Test - walk to work
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Windermere
by lancebai on Jun 06, 2009
Ambleside, England, United Kingdom
Backpacking | 50 miles
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Dartmoor Camping
by mduncombe on Jun 19, 2009
Princetown, England, United Kingdom
Backpacking | 20 miles
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Fur Tor Wild Camp
by mduncombe on Jul 25, 2009
Sourton, England, United Kingdom
Backpacking | 16.2 miles
Wild camp on Fur Tor. We parked the car at Lydford and caught the bus (118)from Lydford to Betty Cottles Inn. From Bettle Cottles we walked South onto the moor via Meldon Reservoir.
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Uxbridge to Stoke Poges
by tomaszdunn on Mar 06, 2010
Uxbridge, England, United Kingdom
Backpacking | 10.7 miles
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Cape Wrath Trail: Fort William to Na Socachan
by Tom_Furniss on May 29, 2010
Achaphubuil, Scotland, United Kingdom
Backpacking | 14.4 miles
This walk was the first day of a seven day expedition to walk the Cape Wrath Trail between Fort William and Strathcarron.  We stated the day at Fort William, and finished at Na Sochachan.Ferry from Fort William to Camusnagal, followed by a long level walk around to the Head of Loch Eil.  North along Gleann Fionnlighe.We wild camped at Na Socachan.
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Cape Wrath Trail: Na Socachan to A'Chuil
by Tom_Furniss on May 30, 2010
Kinlocheil, Scotland, United Kingdom
Backpacking | 8.7 miles
This walk was the second day of a seven day expedition to walk the Cape Wrath Trail between Fort William and Strathcarron.  We stated the day at Na Socachan, and finished just past A'Chuil bothy. Started in Gleann Fionnlighe, then went North through Choire Reidh, crossing the beallach into Gleann Camgharaidh just East of Gualann nan Osna.  Straight over into Gleann Cuirnian before joining Glen Pean and rounding Monadh Gorm, passed Strathan, into Glen...
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Cape Wrath Trail: A'Chuil to River Carnach
by Tom_Furniss on May 31, 2010
Sourlies, Scotland, United Kingdom
Backpacking | 11.3 miles
This walk was the third day of a seven day expedition to walk the Cape Wrath Trail between Fort William and Strathcarron.  We stated the day close to A'Chuil bothy, and finished on the river Carnach.From A'Chuil we went West along Glen Dessarry, past Lochan a Mhaim, and followed the Finiskaig river down to Sourlies.  Heading North from Sourlies, we followed the river Carnach up to waterfalls.We wild camped at the waterfalls at...
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Cape Wrath Trail: River Carnach to Kinlochhourn
by Tom_Furniss on Jun 01, 2010
Barrisdale, Scotland, United Kingdom
Backpacking | 12.3 miles
This walk was the fourth day of a seven day expedition to walk the Cape Wrath Trail between Fort William and Strathcarron.  We stated the day at River Carnach, and finished at the farmhouse at Kinlochhourn.We moved Northeast away from the River Carnach across Mam Unndalain into Glen Unndalain, descending to join Glen Barrisdale just before the Barrisdale bothy.  Then followed the coastal path around Loch Hourn to Kinlochhourn.Stayed overnight at the...
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Cape Wrath Trail: Kinlochhourn to Morvich
by Tom_Furniss on Jun 02, 2010
Kinloch Hourn, Scotland, United Kingdom
Backpacking | 13.6 miles
This walk was the fifth day of a seven day expedition to walk the Cape Wrath Trail between Fort William and Strathcarron.  We stated the day at the farmhouse at Kinlochhourn, and finished at Morvich.We left Kinlochhourne to the Northeast, moving across Allt a Choire Reidh and into Coire Mhalagain.  We passed Bealach Coire Mhalaghain and dropped into Choire Chaoil, joining Glen Shiel at Shiel Bridge.  Morvich was then just a couple...
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Cape Wrath Trail: Morvich to Glen Ling
by Tom_Furniss on Jun 03, 2010
Morvich, Scotland, United Kingdom
Backpacking | 14.5 miles
This walk was the sixth day of a seven day expedition to walk the Cape Wrath Trail between Fort William and Strathcarron.  We stated the day at Morvich, and finished in Glen Ling.We left Morvich to the East, moving through woodland and then open countryside to the Bealach Na Srione.  We then descended to the Falls of Glomach before dropping down to Glen Elchaig which we followed to Killillan.  From Killillan we...
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Cape Wrath Trail: Glen Ling to Strathcarron
by Tom_Furniss on Jun 04, 2010
Killilan, Scotland, United Kingdom
Backpacking | 8.8 miles
This walk was the last day of a seven day expedition to walk the Cape Wrath Trail between Fort William and Strathcarron.  We stated the day at Glen Ling, and finished in Strathcarron.We left River Lingm and Glen Ling to head North towards Lochan Iasaich, passing it to the East.  From there we dropped down to join the River Attadale, and from Attadale followed the road around to Strathcarron.We stayed the night...
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Thames walk 3 - Appleford to Cholsey
by Eadingas on Aug 14, 2010
England, United Kingdom
Backpacking | 17.0 miles
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Bodfari to Bodfari Loop
by canmal on Aug 16, 2010
Aberwheeler, United Kingdom
Backpacking | 8.3 miles
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Cape Wrath Trail: Strathcarron to Inchnadamph
by Tom_Furniss on Jan 23, 2011
Strathcarron, Scotland, United Kingdom
Backpacking | 88 miles
This is a six day expedition along the Cape Wrath Trail from Strathcarron to Inchnadamph.  The route is based on that detailed in "North to the Cape" by Brook and Hinchcliffe.Accommodation was mainly wild camping with one bunkhouse and a hotel at the start and finish.The individual stages are shown separately in these walks with some supporting text:Strathcarron to KinlocheweKinlochewe to Loch an NidLoch an Nid to Loch an TiompainLoch an Tiompain...
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Cape Wrath Trail: Strathcarron to Kinlochewe
by Tom_Furniss on Apr 23, 2011
Strathcarron, Scotland, United Kingdom
Backpacking | 18.7 miles
This walk was the first day of a six day expedition to walk the Cape Wrath Trail between Strathcarron and Inchnadamph.  We stayed at the Strathcarron Hotel the night before, and finished in Kinlochewe.We followed the River Carron, mainly by road, to Achnashellach, before heading into the hills along the River Lair.  We passed Beinn Liath Mhor to the East before dropping to Loch Coulin.  Then just a short walk around Carn...

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