Yesterday we met the manager of an estate in Wester Ross, and we’re delighted to say that they’re happy to open their land to our vehicles. This enables our clients to drive tracks and camp in places otherwise inaccessible to the public. The estate has about 8 miles of rough tracks, running along the spectacular coastline of Upper Loch Torridon, and running inland alongside a stark and dramatic inland loch, with some truly great camping locations.
If you didn’t see it last week, check the episodes of Autumnwatch on the BBC iPlayer to see how their team captured never-before seen footage of deer rutting from one of our Land Rovers.
Watch the new series of Autumnwatch on the BBC next week to see not just what animals get up to in autumn, but also how useful roof tents are as a hide for wildlife spotting.
Walk Highlands – one of the best internet sources for Scotland’s Outdoors – has voted for it’s favourite glens. We agree with their reckonings, and can recommend excellent camping spots in all those that have vehicle access (and where best to aim for nearby for those that don’t).
Our latest acquisition has just been fitted with it’s tent by Nene Overland in Peterborough.
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A recent client of ours – a keen hill walker – has written a report of his holiday. Read it (and see some great photos) here.