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BOTHYING IN SCOTLAND, GB

BOTHYING IN SCOTLAND, GB

When I was 20 years old, I heard about huts in northern England and Scotland called bothies. I didn’t even know how to pronounce the name, let alone how to find them. Bothies are commonly described as open huts in remote places of Scotland, Wales, and England that remain unlocked and open to anyone. I soaked up all the information I could find, and a year later I found myself at the end of winter in my first Scottish bothy called Invermallie. Now, I have shared my experiences with 'bothying' on Edge Effects Magazine.

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CAIRNGORMS AND SKYE, GB

CAIRNGORMS AND SKYE, GB

This Easter, we headed up-country from the South-East coast, vanishing down sun-drenched winding roads in the Lake District and going through the snow covered Cairngorms mountain range until finally reaching the northern tip of the Isle of Skye. Our goal for the trip was to find the most beautiful and remote mountain huts in Scotland.

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YELLOWSTONE, WY

YELLOWSTONE, WY

After sadly saying goodbye to the magic bus who took us through the whole Grand Teton National Park, we randomly ran into our beloved bus again. Just as we were starting to hitchhike into Yellowstone National Park, the bus appeared and we re-joined the crew. Whether it was fate or good luck, we hit the road again and were ready to explore our shared destination.

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