Land of the midnight sun: From Issue 120

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Pete Scullion takes a trip up north. And north again.

Words & Photography Pete Scullion

As Ali and Mark batter across the bedrock away from the summit cairn with the golden morning sun on their backs, the fast, straight, easy-going nature of the trail lulls them into a false sense of security. Despite having been awake for the best part of a day at this point, they’re not holding back on the easier upper slopes of Scotland’s most northerly Munro before things get a little more hectic much further down this lonely peak.

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Comments (1)

    I get the midnight sun here in Sweden and I dont live in the Northern Wastes. Premium membership cancelled!

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