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Loch Mullardoch MunrosNew blog post: Have you considered Paddle-walking Munros in Scotland?
 
What's wonderful about so many of Scotland's mountains are their remoteness, however, this can often mean a long walk in and a long walk out again.  One way to cut down on the time you spend walking in along that forest track or boggy path might be to get a hold of a canoe or kayak and take a more direct route to your hill for the day.
 
Check out our latest blog post for some ideas and maybe you can try it out for yourself.
 
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