April 1, 2012
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I've been walking in the hills since childhood. Began on Isle of Raasay - my paternal roots. Not sure of number of Munros as I like to climb favourite ones more than once. I've been hiking in the Dolomites, Foothills of Himalayas, Picos de Europa, Canadian Rockies, American West coast walks and Lake District. Just back from New Zealand and completed the Tongariro Crossing in North Island. Amazing!!Winter experience needs a pair of skis!!
There's nothing better than escaping the city for any walking - high or low level especially on a warm summer's day. I like walking anywhere in Scotland and in the Lake District.
I would like to explore Torridon and Wester Ross. Walking in America's national parks is like being in another world but so far away for a week-end.
Looking forward to new experiences in the Scottish countryside in the company of new friends.
Very nice people.