Second and last part of this beautiful hike in the amazing Lake District, England !!
My latest video will take you to England to discover the beauty of the Lake District !!
The third and final part of the Sheeffry trilogy will take you along a narrow ridge up to the highest summit of the range, Barrclashcame (772m), where more breathtaking views await !!
Second part of this fantastic walk over the Sheeffry Hills, in S Mayo, Ireland, with breathtaking views over the Atlantic Ocean and the surrounding massifs !! And there will be a “part 3″…
My latest video is out !!
This time, I am taking you for a fantastic ridge walk under the sunshine, over the Sheeffry Hills in the W of Ireland, where more breathtaking views await !!
From now on I will put forward a new topic: taking you up Ireland’s iconic mountains. Those which can be seen from far away, those which steep slopes make your eyes open wide, which summit vista is as beautiful as a dream, yet which name sometimes sends shivers down your spine while thinking of their huge size and how hostile they can be under bad weather. The changeable, unpredictable weather conditions combined with the usually hard-going terrain indeed turn these hills into mountains. Despite their modest height and the rather reasonable amount of ascent implied, the Irish mountains are tough for the novice. But when it clears out, even just a bit, it is pure magic…
My latest video will take you for a sunny but windy walk on the ridge of an iconic summit of the Isle of Skye, in Scotland: Marsco.
Get ready for some adventure !! Follow me on the Batoua ridge in the Pyrenees, for a long scramble with a breathtaking vista !! Not for the faint-hearted !!
(English subtitles on the spoken part)
Fourteen years. Fourteen years I had not been back to Scotland. I had only been there once actually, in April 2003. An eight-day road-trip, with only two walks. Since almost a year, I keep dreaming about these wild, wide open spaces of moorlands and countless lakes and mountains, and especially these scary munros which rise so steeply above the Highlands. And now I can hear you ask: what is a munro ?