Dave's Photos of Scotland-1995 Trip
In 1995, we flew to Glasgow and took the train to Mallaig. From Mallaig, we took the ferry to the small isolated village of Inverie. From there, we spent 4 days hiking back to Glenfinnan, staying in 3 bothies along the way. We also did a one night trip to a bothy near Ben Nevis from Corrour Station. Click on a thumbnail to see a larger picture. To view detailed topographic maps of our hike, click here:
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The most isolated railway station in Britain, on Rannoch Moor. It is inaccessible by road.
Dave and Yukari in Mallaig, at the end of the West Highland line.
Atop the Glenfinnan Monument.
We took a ferry to our trailhead.
A relaxing evening in Sourlies Bothy near Mallaig.
A historical monument near the isolated hamlet of Inverie in the Highlands.
The mountains of Glenfinnan, near Ft. William.
An interesting character that we found in Glasgow.
An interesting advert for Andy Race Fishmerchants in Mallaig.
Seaweed in a sea loch.
A bothy near Ben Nevis.
Yukari consulting her map while hillwalking.
McTavish's Kitchen in Fort William. They have a slightly touristy, but still enjoyable Scottish dinner show.
A highland stream near Ben Nevis.
Dave near Sourlies bothy.
Yukari on a highland footbridge.
Yukari at a house probably abandoned during the Highland Clearances.
Mist near Dave's Bothy-the bothy REALLY IS called Dave's Bothy. See the hillwalking page if you don't believe me.
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