Englishman, Scotsman and a Cockney Conquer Some Munro’s

By Phil on 2016.03.01 In Munros Scotland

Last week Alex, Rory and myself decided to take a week off work and head north to do some Munro’s. We had no plan other than to follow the weather and do as many Munro’s as possible. What a week it was. We managed to do nine Munro’s in total with some perfect winter conditions along some occasional whiteout conditions.

I met Alex and Rory during our Toubkal Two Valley trek in Morocco in October 2014 and have kept in touch ever since.

The Munro’s we completed were Mayar, Driesh, Tolmount, Tom Buidhe, Carn Aosda, Carn a’ Gheoidh, Carn a’ Mhaim, Mount Keene and The Carinwell Munros. Below are some photos from our awesome week of winter fun.

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Welcome to my blog about hiking, trekking, Fjällräven Polar 2014, in fact anything where you require boots and the outdoors.

My name is Phil, and following my outdoor epiphany which started in the summer of 2012 I’m now hooked on everything outdoors. So far my biggest treks have included the 250km Cathar Way, the 170km Tour du Mont Blanc and best of all, winning 1st place to take part in the Fjällräven Polar in April 2014.

I plan to use this blog to write about all my adventures, which will include my personal goal of becoming a Munroist (completing all 282 Scottish Munro mountains), summer treks, weekends in the Lakes and many more.

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