An Outdoors Family munrobagging as a family

Munrobagging with kids; a checklist

Getting outdoors here in Scotland is something we can’t get enough of as a family. We’ve had countless adventures wildcamping, getting away in our campervan, canoeing or challenging ourselves on some of Scotland’s best mountains. Munros are mountains in Scotland that are over 3000ft. There are 282 munros and people who climb them are called […]

an outdoors family autumn family adventures

Flexibility is key to adventuring with kids, so is having the proper kit!

We had plans for today… we’d been keeping an eye on the weather forecast which looked incredible for bagging a munro… low wind, great visibility, no rain forecast but very low temperatures. Nothing awful. So we packed our bags yesterday, all except the jackets we’d used in the snow as they were drying out. We […]

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The Frank Bruce Sculpture Trail, Feshiebridge

Last weekend, we went away in the van to explore more of the Aviemore area. It’s somewhere we love because of the mountains, but we haven’t really done much of the valley walks. However, the weather last weekend lined up brilliantly with us wanting a slower weekend, with shorter walks (hopefully) between the showers. The […]