Introducing the SNT
If you’ve never heard of the Scottish National Trail, then I am not surprised. Not many people have as its 864 km (537 mile) length is overshadowed by its more famous, much older relatives like the West Highland Way and Cape Wrath Trail, both of which the SNT shares some distance with.
According to Walk Highlands, which is the extensive primary database on Scotland’s vast trail system (indeed, the country is a hiking paradise) the SNT was devised by outdoors writer and broadcaster Cameron McNeish. ...
On Saturday, July 4th, at 8:46 a.m. (in George Floyd’s memory – 8 minutes and 46 minutes a grim symbol of police brutality) I will begin my Superior Hiking Trail (SHT) thru-hike.
Due to coronavirus-related restrictions affecting local businesses in some of the smaller towns along the Superior Hiking Trail, I’ve had to make adjustments to my sleep system to allow for more food and fewer stops.
The gear trades (the original):
Patagonia came through with mad love gifting me their 29.3 ounce 850 down sleeping bag. ...
I would like to thank the inventor of the chopped salad, then double thank the inventor of the BLT. We’re combining both works of genius into a big, beautiful salad today: BLT Chopped Salad with feta and corn! It’s super summery, creamy and crunchy, and, unlike just about every salad I’ve ever ordered in a […]