- alltbeithe yoho………anyone stayed..?
Stayed there about 20 years ago in the days of prohibition in hostels:Posted 7 years ago
Warden said to me "Is that beer in that mug?"…"apple juice" I assured him.
At the end of the evening I asked him as I tidied some mugs away "is that vodka in that glass?"…"water" he replied.
A quick sniff test proved otherwise……
Back then you needeed a sheet sleeping bag and your own scran.
yes, planning for 7 day's 1st week in september…
but struggling with a suitable route.
we only take day bags for the week, ride in the same gear all week, just take a spare set for the evenings.
the lads like to finish each day with a pub session starting at about 6ish.. 😆
so carrying food and stuff into places is a no go.
did the caingorm area 2 years ago with stops in villagesand towns.Posted 7 years ago
did inverness to glasgow with similar stops,
feel like i am struggling trying to string a 7 dayer together in the torridonish area………….. 😥
the place to stay are pretty well spread around up there.
Yes. The bit alongside Loch Beinn a' Mheadhoin and Loch Affric (South side) is all landy track. That gets you to Strawberry Cottage (Athnamulloch). The track to Alltbeith is rocky but all bikeable (I did it on the Ti hardtail – with panniers). From there to Camban should be fine. A bit of a carry down to Glenlicht House and then all good landie track again. Head for the Kintail Lodge Hotel – pretty sure they have a bunkhouse. They certainly have good food and beer.Posted 7 years ago
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