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Corrour Halt, Rannoch Moor, Scottish Highlands

Summary

 

Rannoch Moor is one of the last expanses of true wilderness left in Western Europe, and this is a story of a train journey to the moor, and a hiking route across it.  This is rather a different story from those focused on reaching the summits of the Scottish Highlands - enjoy it!

Read the full story of the Rannoch Moor walk

Contributed by:  Colin Wilson

Colin's earlier walking story: the Inaccessible Pinnacle on the Isle of Skye

 

Key Facts

Location Rannoch Moor, Scottish Highlands
When it was walked Autumn 2005
Walk type High hills and mountains
Difficulty Requires stamina and mountaineering skills