Category: Thomson’s Scotland

  • Travelogue Lochaber Series – Day 3

    Travelogue Lochaber Series – Day 3

    Monday 23 May 2022 | Camping is slow travel, because everything takes more time, even if you are organised. It is part of the deal. Although I have a busy schedule, there is no rush. On my way to Glencoe, I make a pitstop at Fort William to say hello at the West Highland Museum, […]

  • Travelogue Lochaber Series – Day 2

    Travelogue Lochaber Series – Day 2

    Sunday 22 May 2022 | Drizzle and rain nearly all day. What do you expect? This is West Scotland. Recently I read it rains here four times more than in the drier parts of the British Isles. Scouting Thomson’s places in and around Glen Nevis, up to the Steall Falls and the Nevis Gorge, even […]

  • Travelogue Lochaber Series – Day 1

    Travelogue Lochaber Series – Day 1

    Saturday 21 May 2022 | A few weeks ago, a friend’s husband said to her: “Do you know Estelle is going to Scotland for a month, and she is staying in a tent!” It looked like a sentence full of disbelief and an expression of sheer madness. So here I am, finally, after weeks of […]

  • Article in Lochaber Times

    Lochaber Times – 19th May 2022 – Mark Entwistle

  • Morvern


    Morvern, historically also spelt Morven, (Gaelic: A’ Mhorbhairne: the sea-gap) is the most southerly peninsula of the West Highland peninsulas. As a gateway by ferry to the Isle of Mull, it is bounded to the north by Loch Sunart and Glen Tarbert, on the south-east by Loch Linnhe and the south-west by the Sound of Mull. […]