Sunday, October 05, 2008

Gleann Einich in the Cairngorms by mountain bike.

Over the last 10 days I have sea-kayaked, windsurfed and mountain biked across Scotland from Galloway to the Grampians (using a car to get from location to location). It has been a fantastic outdoor experience.

Today we mountain biked deep into the heart of the Cairngorm mountains making our way to high ground through stands of the ancient Caledonian forest.

It is a high plateau with deep glacial valleys radiating out from its heart.

We made our way into the depths of Gleann Einich which is overlooked by the jagged ramparts of Sgoran Dubh Mor, 1,111m.




  1. Do you mean literally from A to B?

    Mark R

  2. Hello Mark, I am afraid I was far too ambiguous. A car was used for wonderful autumn holiday trips that extended from the Solway to the Clyde to the western Highlands and the Cairngorms. Even though the weather was miserable for some of the time there were some great days.

    Owen, the first snows were swirling round the summits as we left. See post of 06/10/08