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Scottish Highland Walk - "Week" 1 - actually 10 days!!

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

I have started this trail on walking4fun.com. I'm no great walker at the moment, so progress will be slow!

The walk runs from Glasgow to Inverness and is over 200 miles long.



The first stage runs from Glasgow to Milngavie, so here goes.......

Date --- Steps --- Miles --- Total
Jan 6 ----- 687 --- 0.2 ----- 0.2

Glasgow Central Station - Start of the Walk

Date --- Steps --- Miles --- Total
Jan 7 ----- 205 --- 0.1 ----- 0.3


Date --- Steps --- Miles --- Total
Jan 9 --- 3,853 --- 1.3 ---- 1.6


Date --- Steps --- Miles --- Total
Jan 10 --- 816 --- 0.3 ----- 1.9


Date --- Steps --- Miles --- Total
Jan 11 - 1,880 --- 0.7 ----- 2.6


Date --- Steps --- Miles --- Total
Jan 12 - 1,689 --- 0.6 ----- 3.2


Date --- Steps --- Miles --- Total
Jan 13 - 3,589 --- 1.2 ----- 4.4


Date --- Steps --- Miles --- Total
Jan 14 - 2,693 --- 0.9 ----- 5.3


Date --- Steps --- Miles --- Total
Jan 15 - 1,781 --- 0.6 ----- 5.9


Date --- Steps --- Miles --- Total
Jan 16 - 3,210 --- 1.1 ----- 7.0


Date --- Steps --- Miles --- Total
Jan 17 - 1,063 --- 0.4 ----- 7.4



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  • no profile photo CD17530146
    Cool! I started the Pacific Crest trail on Jan 16 and according to my feeble calculations, it should take me about four years to complete...lol... but who's counting. Love the way you document your walk with the pics. I may follow your lead and do the same. Thanks and have a wonderful hike!!

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    1545 days ago
  • no profile photo CD17438854
    Excellent, enjoy your hike
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    1552 days ago
  • SWEETMAMA227
    Very cool. I've never heard of that website. I'll have to check it out.
    1552 days ago
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