Monthly Archives: November 2019

Special: The most northerly coast (part 2 of 5) – Trollsteinen and Lars Glacier

June 2018 This is the second part of a previous “special” post about a trip I made to Svalbard last year. The first part is here. (It seems to have taken me 6 months to get around to part 2, … Continue reading

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268. Inchcolm

September 2014 Before crossing the Forth Bridge into Fife I had some unfinished business in the Firth of Forth – the island of Inchcolm. Actually this is one of several islands in the Firth of Forth, but it’s the only … Continue reading

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Exploring Edinburgh

An inland interlude Having walked very close to Edinburgh city centre on my last walk I was keen to explore the Scottish capital before moving on further north up the coast. It is a fantastic city, packed with history and … Continue reading

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267. Queensferry to Joppa

March 2015 This was my first coastal walk of 2015. I tend not to go for trips to Scotland in winter as it gets dark too early to be able to get much of a walk done on a weekend … Continue reading

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266. Joppa to North Berwick

March 2015 Today I’m starting my walk from a small suburb of Edinburgh called Joppa which is a bit west of Musselburgh and east of Portobello which is where I had finished the previous days walk (but the next walk … Continue reading

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