- Britain's best wild mountain hideouts
- Imagine trudging down into a valley, wet and cold with the sort of sideways rain that Scotland does so well. As much as you love the hills, you tired are tired and hungry. You have been walking for hours.
- An extract from To Oldly Go: Tales of Intrepid Travel by the Over-60s
- We began to descend, down and down until we reached the Strath Chailleach River. I had been right to be concerned. It was broader than any other stream we had crossed and we couldn't find the stepping stones.
- A terrible beauty: the poetry of 1916
- 'Mise Éire: Sine mé ná an Chailleach Bhéarra.' And his translation: 'I am Ireland: / I am older than the old woman of Beare.
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- Other Munros in Monadhliath are A'Chailleach (930 metres (3,050 ft)), Geal Chàrn (926 metres (3,038 ft)), and Càrn Sgulain (920 metres (3,020 ft)). The Monadhliath Mountains are designated a Special Area of Conservation (SAC).
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- When his family moved from Edinburgh to Newtonmore he became incredibly physically fit roaming the hills, and built up survival knowledge by training on the wild peak of Chailleach.
Chailleach is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Chailleach books and related discussion.
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