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catwalker   on 22/02/18 @ 20:41 said:

Hi Dave, I did this with my old hillwalking club. We stayed at Glen Shiel back in 2013 and crazily did 7 munros in 1 day, took 14 hours! Would love to do more walking in Scotland (and Wales) though unable to make this one. You'll have a fantastic time!

womble   on 23/02/18 @ 16:27 said:

Would love to say count me in, but don't think I'm fit enough!

Maz   on 23/02/18 @ 17:14 said:

Just hitch.
I got a lift within 5 mins back up to our car and note the footbridge across the river Shiel that Mcneish talks about is out of action!

Helvellyn40   on 23/02/18 @ 19:52 said:

This is on my hit list as is the south Glen Shiel ridge,but i shall be too busy with work at that time of year.

TrotOn   on 24/02/18 @ 0:08 said:

I did this "walk" 16 months ago with OD friends....it was a "hell of a day"....I remember top-spot(john) saying...straight up!!! After, what I thought was 2 Sisters...we came to... the 1st Sister....It was a great day.
I would like to repeat it..especially as my brother did it quicker last year.
It's a great walk...I will watch your space and if I have time from work and my other booked stuff...will pop up happily and give it another whirl.

liveit   on 24/02/18 @ 15:33 said:

Obviously a car at each end is ideal but I often pick hitchers up there. Lifts usually not long coming. I can confirm what Max was saying about the bridge.
Hey womble you've still got a couple of months! Remember the stick though☺

Dave.   on 24/02/18 @ 18:01 said:

Thanks for all your replies. Cat, I would love to join you for a trip to Wales or Scotland. Something I'm sure we can arrange at some point. My reason for posting the question was not solely to have a second car, but it was a good opportunity to meet ODers in the area of Britain I love to explore the most. There are some maybe's and I hope you can make it. Womble, There's plenty of time to prepare. I think it's all about enjoying the day so there's no pressure on time, as long as we get back before last orders!

womble   on 24/02/18 @ 21:37 said:

Dave.: I've been reading some of the Walkhighlands reports and thinking it's not outside the realms of possibility, but I'm no speed demon at the best of times (TrotOn's comments slightly scary) and I travel with my dog - though the only time I have ever hitch hiked with him we were picked up by a lovely man in a Mercedes after only 5 mins!.

womble   on 14/03/18 @ 14:54 said:

Dave: Just so you know, I now can't make that weekend. I will be looking after a friend's dog andI can't fit both him Dave,

womble   on 14/03/18 @ 14:56 said:

Dave: Let's try that again. Was trying to say that I can't fit both dogs in my car!

Dave.   on 15/03/18 @ 16:32 said:

Ok Womble. Thanks for letting me know. Maybe our paths will cross at some point in the future

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