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Scottish Hillwalking Comments

Over the years I have received comments for visitors to my site and I felt compelled to show you their comments.


Sean Harkin


Well done on the website Tony.

I wish I had looked it up before walking Dollar Glen, Although I had a great walk, it would have been better with inside info. I think you have struck the right balance of information and lack of jargon. I read it as a sort of intermediate walker, but as a newbie it would be worth its weight in Gold and as an "expert" it is a good reference tool. I used to be a taxi driver also and yes I was ashamed at my lack of Knowledge of our history ( I did try to brush up) But, like you It was an ideal job in that I could just park up and go. But that was an other time ;-)

Wishing you all the best and thanks for your efforts.
26 / Oct/ 2003



R Cooper, Australia

Hello Tony,
My name is Ricky Cooper originally from Clydebank, now living in Australia, and getting very home sick looking at your smashing photo's.      I would like to thank you for going to the trouble of making this web site,  I only found it to-day and cannot get away, I have saved most of the beautiful pictures for my wife and kids to see and they will understand why I get home sick now and then, once again thank you and keep up the good work.

Regards
R Cooper.



Al, Scotland

Tony
I enjoyed the site - some good photos and its always nice to see people take an interest in walking in Scotland.

Regards,
Al



Stephen McLaughlin

Dear Tony
Looking through your site it makes me think back 20 years since I have walked through Glen Douglas but my lasting memory is not the views but the smell. The hills on each side of the roadway were covered in thyme . I gathered some and took it home to England where I dried it and used it in cooking. I hope to back there soon after living in exile in England since 1959.

Best Wishes.
Stephen McLaughlin



Frances Ross


Dear Tony
I must show my husband your hill walking site. He and my youngest child are doing the walk from Loch Affric to Morvich  ( Scotland east to west ) this weekend.   I did it with him in about 1970. It was beautiful. However this time I plan to leave the boys to it and take my paints & board off to Sheildaig.

Regards
Frances Ross



Euan Williams, Aberdeen

Tony
I came across your website as I was looking for walks near Braemar for this weekend and my search found your site. As a fellow Scot who also appreciates the spectacular and varied landscape of Scotland I think you've got a great website there.

All the best,
Euan Williams Aberdeen



Davy Hunter

Hello Tony
I have just been looking through your web site and it brought back some great memories of the early 80's walking the Greenock Cut with the Boys Brigade.

Davy Hunter
Thank You



Ian Hardie, Airdrie

Tony, fantastic, I intended to do some research online for my Ochil Hills walk and as I searched online I found your site. I have never spent so much time on one site and feel compelled to say thanks Tony you have given me a problem that I now want to try most of the walks you have experienced.

from a true Hillwalker



Ben, Macduff

Tony it was a pleasure bumping into you on my Lochnagar walk. Since then I have spent hours reading up on all your walks

Pure Heaven

Ben



Marge and Toby, Hounslow

The passion and the enjoyment that you have shown on your walks has given us the desire to come up to Scotland and have a chance to sample some of your walks

Toby and Mary



Craig Fleming, East Lothian


Hello Tony, stumbled across your website while looking for an easy hill to climb with my wife and kids. My daughter and I accompanied by my faithful collie type dog chance climbed schiehallion last year and I will never forget the experience and I felt compelled to acknowledge the same sentiment as you that my dog somehow made it all the more special! At least he never moaned going up!! All the best to you and we are going to the eildons at the weekend as per your guide.

Cheers Craig Fleming. (East Lothian)



 


To have all these comments for my visitors have made my site worthwhile knowing it has struck a chord with people and given them enjoyment.





This website is dedicated to my passion - Walking throughout Scotland.
I have tried to share my experiences with you, in the hope that you will have some idea where to walk and what to look out for on your travels.
This is not an Official Guide but use only as a helpful hints & ideas to get you through the terrain.