/ Scottish walking/photography websites
I'd like to graduate to doing some more Munros, but Scotland's a big old place I'm not familiar with and I don't have much spare time so I'd love to find some sites I can spend my boss's time looking at to act as a sort of introduction & see where catches my eye and makes me want to explore.
Can anyone suggest any good, regularly updated Munro walking websites similar to those above?
munromagic (fallen out of favour a bit)
Steve Fallon's site is also worth a look.
I believe the Ledgowan Estate is the "go-to" place for walking and outdoor photography these days!
I hear there's a great new footpath & friendly locals.
Thanks for the suggestions.
Glen Lyon is pretty trendy at the moment too.
Not exactly what you're asking for, but streapadair's gallery on here is well worth a browse for some inspiration (there are more images on his smug mug page, where they're also handily grouped by area)
Also worth looking up david lintern's selfpowered blog. Some great videos and images.
If you search for "muriel gray munro show" on youtube you'll find some old but good stuff. Probably a bit tricky to watch at work.
You're welcome to gaze longingly at the few good munro shots in my gallery.
I gather you shouldn't learn the hill pronunciations from walkhighlands.
Don't use anything by Cameron McNeish!
"Don't use anything by Cameron McNeish!"
Some publications could be useful in an paper related emergency.
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