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By the way, there are also some notes in the hut suggesting that the windows in the bothy have been installed back to front. Surely the loch wasn’t that far? Day Eight: Gerry’s Hostel to Kinlochewe – nine miles or so. Home. It turned out to be a pile of stones but by the time I’d retraced my steps the sun had come out and the loch didn’t feel that isolated. The view from Loch Eil. Below the ridge, among the grey boulder field, is a prominent line of rocks that hides the rough path that takes you down from the pass. The lower path continues downhill and leads to Lochan Torr a Choit, which you can see in the middle distance. It’s tiring and the terrain certainly slowed down my usual quick marching speed. Die Sonne schaut zwischen düsteren Wolken durch und leuchtet die Berge an. Owners of hotels, B&Bs, bunk houses, hostels and campsites on and near the trail route are also mostly aware of its existence, which also contributes to the sense that the CWT is set to become a permanent part of the long-distance walking itinerary. One path bears left from the village and first heads up to a large body of water called Lochan Fada via Gleann Bianasdall. Cape Wrath Trail Blog. Basically, there are two ways to get to Loch an Nid via Bealach na Croise from Kinlochewe. Day Six: Camas-luinie to Strathcarron – 11 miles. Or, you know, get a good GPS device. DEN CWT gibt es nicht. I was planning on completing the West Highland Way, which I did, and then hoped to do parts of the extremely difficult Cape Wrath Trail. If you like, use this post to tell readers why you started this blog and what you plan to do with it. And, depending on where you come down from Gualann nan Osna, you might be north or south of the tree-on-rock. But another reason for writing this is the sense that some strange stuff is being talked about the CWT. But three hours later I was at the end, it was pouring down – the only big soaking of the entire walk – and I was knocking on the door of the B&B at the tea rooms. Day Four: Kinloch Hourn to Shiel Bridge – 9-10 miles. Blog; Hiking the Cape Wrath Trail – Part 5. The trail begins with an easy walk north and east along a rough track beside and above the river Fionn Lighe. My Cape Wrath Trail took me the better part of 8 months of planning and preparation. Er ist kein offizieller Wanderweg und nicht ausgeschildert. After a while the beast Gulvain shows its face. Why? And there had been other days, like today, when I had seen no other people after setting off in the morning. I had and had wondered what they were for. The prospect fills me with excitement and anticipation with a fair smattering of fear! Continue reading » Harvey Cape Wrath Trail Maps. Then I thought: why didn’t the people who came this way before me build a little cairn, or an arrow, showing the right way. If you're planning to make the trek, here's what you have to look forward to. A little below here the path heads steeply down to Glen Shiel and the main road to Shiel Bridge. After skirting Killilan the path leads into Glen Ling, following the River Ling which descends via waterfalls under a cliff face. Pfade. Im Spätsommer soll es losgehen – aber leider macht mir der Job zunächst einen Strich durch die Rechnung. Ich sauge alles in mich auf, gehe Freunden und Kollegen auf die Nerven. However, the profusion of pretty bog wild flowers here, as well as the occasional leg-breaking hole in the ground, should help keep your mind off the leaden feeling in your legs. We talked about the rocks of the area and I asked him about some sheets I’d seen on the moorland above Kinlochewe two days earlier. On the way down to Corrie Hallie and the road there were several people coming up, including an undergraduate geologist. And their names, they said, were Mary and Joseph. The path finally delivers you at Sourlies bothy. In it, I saw an opportunity to better my exhilarating hike along the Pennine Way, and to create new stories for myself about my own confidence and resilience. How selfish of them not to. „Die Expedition Ihres Lebens: 200 Meilen durch Schottlands wildeste und schönste Landschaft.“. After Culloden in 1746, Bonnie Prince Charlie was sheltered by allies near the glen. Ignore it and continue straight on or you’ll get badly lost. So for those of you interested in walking to Cape Wrath, it’s time to dust off those map-and-compass skills! Not a bad place for lunch. The CWT can certainly be a rough, tough walk – probably the toughest in Britain – but it needn’t be off-limits to all but a band of ‘been there, done that’ walking elite. Der Cape Wrath Trail ist ein ca. The pass between Glas Bheinn and Beinn Uidhe, looking back towards the loch . coming over the pass before dropping down to Barrisdale Bay. It supports a new guidebook to the route which will be published by Cicerone. Since there were a multiplicity of steep surfaces and rock faces I went for the nearest slope I could scramble up, the one covered in bracken, and hoped I would find the path eventually. Lochan a Mhaim: a little bit of heaven on earth. It all seems obvious now. Yet the outdoor shop bloke said he’d walked north east up the Caledonian Canal before turning left and north somewhere or other. And the route gets you right into the heart of Knoydart. But that was in 1997 and things have changed a bit since  then since Coulin Pinewoods is now a sloping landscape of bleached wood, the whole lot having been felled to encourage growth by native species. Profile views - 153 An Ausrüstung ist schon vieles da. Bin erschrocken, wie schnell man die Orientierung verliert. I was initially confused by this pass because I had been expecting to see a lochan at the bottom of it. But after a coffee and a good read of the guest book, in which one visitor describes being chased to the bunkhouse by a banshee and uses the words ‘I shit myself”, I decided to press on to Kinloch Hourn at the end of this big sea loch. Whatever the case, the track marked by the big green sign on the A890 is a short cut to the Coulin Pass if you decide to stay at Gerry’s Hostel. On Blogger since November 2011. But first, before checking in and before buying more breadrolls and cheese, I stopped at the Pumpkin Cafe and sat down to latte and chocolate cake. In Glasgow angekommen, habe ich schnell meine Gaskartusche und mein Zugticket. You know the feeling: a rail ticket in your pocket; a rucksack that seems far too heavy; and feelings of excitement about the adventure to come. That’s Loch Arkaig down there. Ironically, as I was finishing lunch at the loch,  two walkers I’d briefly met the day before went past on their way down to Bealach na Croise – the narrow pass to Loch an Nid that B&H describe as feeling “very closed in and isolated.” The pass is visible from the loch and B&H’s words are accurate. This track cuts steeply upwards through the forest north of the A890 and marks the route of an old drove road between Torridon and Craig – which is where Gerry’s Hostel stands. B&H warn that it’s a tiring, tortuous path and so it proved. B&H here suggest that CWT walkers follow the path upto and around the Falls of Glomach a few miles to the east, returning down Glen Elchaig. The body of water I had seen was the secluded Lochan a Mhaim and spending some at its side, enclosed by mountains, should be an occasion you tell yourself that following the CWT was a very good decision. But after a while the track peters out and you are left to find your own best way over the rough terrain. Since there is nowhere to stay there they must assume that walkers will wild camp. This takes you further into the wide, yawning – and empty – green glen of the Allt Camgharaidh. “Steep ascent. Then I thought: I can’t get any further up the glen to the lochan because there’s a cliff in the way, so this is surely the right place to ascend. Einige lange Abende fiebere ich mit Bloggern, notiere mir Hinweise zu Strecke, Ausrüstung und Übernachtungsmöglichkeiten. He then barked: “You’re lucky to get on the bus!” Matters weren’t helped when I later realised I’d missed my stop and had to walk back up the main road to the trail start at Drumsallie. With good weather this day’s walking may provide the best views so far as the distant view of Beinn Eighe, shining white with quartzite, signals that you have definitely entered the realm of the ancient Torridon peaks. Last year when I walked the trail I kept a pretty good pace, and my experience on recent trips showed me that 5 km/h is a reasonable pace for me. Discuss. You should pick up a mobile phone signal here – the first since Glenfinnan. Ich erreiche die Maol Bhuidhe Bothy. It’s a good step up from waymarked trails such as the West Highland Way and Pennine Way – although both routes make good initial training for the CWT. Just before Gulvain you turn left off the track and begin the gentle ascent north over boggy ground to a rocky outcrop called Gualann nan Osna. I thought I’d have a quick break there. For a while, you may feel like you have entered a forgotten world. In der Bothy werde ich von 4 jungen Männern, die ich schon am Vortag getroffen hab, mit einem heißen Tee begrüßt. Even so, I completely missed the iron gate that B&H mention as having seen in 1983. They don’t disappear overnight, even if some information in North to the Cape is out of date. When B&H wrote their book there was a foot passenger ferry service to Ullapool operated by a hotel. Here, in about one square foot of grass on the walk down to Attadale, are four or five typical bog wild flowers including bog cotton and bog asphodel. As the track begins to descend, it enters a narrow gorge which forces you to clamber from rock to rock and jump from one side of the river to the other. Click the Edit link to modify or delete it, or start a new post. I could imagine hunter-gatherer people living down there in ancient times. Wie auf dem Foto in meinem Buch. Das Wasser des Sees ist spiegelglatt. Nanu, wartet der auf uns? Das eigene Zelt sollte trotzdem dabei sein und ich habe es fast ausschließlich genutzt. A new guide by Iain Harper, just published by Cicerone (April 2013), should also increase its popularity – which is good for bunkhouse owners, not so good for walkers seeking splendid isolation in the Highlands. The going becomes rougher in the pass but the way is obvious. After the last few days it seemed like utter luxury. At this point the path exits sharply from the gorge and you descend to sea level via a hillside path. All of that – my hopes, my enthusiasm and my self-confidence – lay rotting in a snow hole, high on a hostile mountain. I stayed at the Kinlochewe Hotel (the attached bunkhouse was full) and filled up with supplies at the big village store and Post Office. Since there are no fiddly navigational problems between here and the main road on Little Loch Broom, I took a leisurely pace across the moorland on the top and lazily filled the water bottle at springs and little water falls when it pleased. B&H state that they didn’t test the “viability” of this route; well, it is viable and a little further along it delivers you straight to the White Falls Retreat bunkhouse and cottages at Camas-luinie. As long as you walk most of your chosen route, most people would say you have earned the right to say you’ve done it. Und so besorge ich mir Literatur (Iain Harper „Walking the Cape Wrath Trail“) und Karten (Cape Wrath Trail South/North von Harvey Maps, Maßstab 1:40.000), durchforste das Internet nach Informationen und Reiseberichten. Since the tide was also covering the path that crosses the strath of this glen, I had to walk to the right of the glen and only crossed to the left of the river when the glen narrows. Ich kratze mein restliches Bargeld zusammen. What this means is that when the tide  is in at Loch Nevis then you have to scramble over some big, big boulders to get around to the mouth of the River Carnach in the glen next door. But if this sign name is a mistake by the society, it wouldn’t be the first since there’s a really confusing one near Kinlochewe which gets the names of two passes mixed up. Bezahlen ist in Schottland weitestgehend bargeldlos möglich, fernab von der Zivilisation gibt es aber doch ein paar Ausnahmen. Den ganzen Tag geht es nur mühsam voran. Und irgendwie ist es spannend, dass so bewusst wahrzunehmen. Nur die vielen schwarzen Punkte an meinen Händen, alles Zecken, stören etwas. Here I ran into a couple who were walking back towards the bull field where I had camped for the night. With no other people around, and no sign of any habitation, I could see why the author Tom Atkinson called his book about North West Scotland ‘The Empty Lands.’  After walking an estimated kilometre, and unable to line up my OS map with the shapes of the peaks and tops along the top of the glen, I decided to head up the shortest way I could find. May be. Day Ten: An Teallach to Camusnagaul – ten miles or thereabouts. I escaped by walking to placid Loch Arkaig as the sun went down, and inspecting the ruins of the Jacobite-era army barracks, dated to 1745 by OS. Aber ich habe ja ausreichend Zeit mich vorzubereiten. Because while there are no little signs sticking out of the ground marked ‘Cape Wrath Trail this way’ – yet – this is a trail that long-distance walkers, searching for something different, are evidently tackling in increasing numbers. At one point you are asked to turn left where there is a tree on a rock in a river. The new Cicerone guide will recommend a new route variation north of Ullapool,  perhaps adding to the sense that the CWT is whatever you want it to be. I aim to complete the second leg of the walk in spring 2013. The other bears right and climbs steadily to the same loch on a wide track past the Heights of Kinlochewe. Despite some wet and wild weather, I was never uncomfortable during the hike and felt prepared for any meteorological scenario that may have occurred. I heard later that two Americans had tried, and failed, to ride this path on mountain bikes they’d brought over with them from the USA. When it still wasn’t visible I wondered if I’d gone wrong. Nach vielem Abwägen beschließe ich, dass diesmal die Tour im Vordergrund steht und nehme nur eine Kompakte mit. Although the track is yet to be noted by the OS Explorer map for this area, it is marked by a big Scottish Rights of Way Society sign on the road about a kilometre south of Gerry’s Hostel. B&H recommend that you camp a little further up the river at the end of the previous day and if, like me, you stayed at Sourlies instead, then you should soon be passing the area they favour where the river is marked by crashing waterfalls, big pools and snake-like twists as it heads deeper into the glen and Knoydart. Having walked half of this long-distance trail in north west Scotland in 2012, and the second half in 2013 (the link to the second half is at the top of this page) it seemed to me that some prospective walkers would benefit from help with route-finding along a trail that seems bound to grow in popularity in coming years. Und wasserdichte Socken! Whatever the reasoning, this should be an easier day walking. The trail leads you through uninhabited Highland wilderness. Here, beside Loch Meallan an Fhudair, Kinlochewe wasn’t that far away on the map, but the combination of mountain peaks, rough trackless terrain and grey cloud and water at that loch made it seem very distant. Das Zelt ist in die Jahre gekommen und wird genau wie die Isomatte durch eine leichtere Variante ersetzt. This is the one B&H use on their official route. You’re about to start a long-distance walk. But OS shows there is no path from the river outlet to Strathan and so I had to accept another ascent. But jogging unlikely with a 45L rucksack on your back. Day Three: Strathan to Sourlies bothy at Loch Nevis –  nine miles (or thereabouts). If you want a real feeling of isolation, said Willie, go up to Loch nan Ealachan to the north of the glen, or Loch nan Eun, which translates as Loch of the Birds, to the south. Und die Kamera? Der Rucksack wird trotzdem schwer genug. “Och no!” he said. The descent from Gualann nan Osna down the other side to the Allt (burn) Camgharaidh is also rough and steep and I had to backtrack around several shallow gullies to find the best way down. What to expect from the Cape Wrath Trail . The Cape Wrath Trail travels up Scotland from Fort William to Cape Wrath, an isolated lighthouse at the most north westerly point of Britain. DEN CWT gibt es nicht. The battle took place on June 10 near Loch Duich ‘at the narrow north western exit of the glen just above Shiel Bridge’ according to Christopher Duffy in The ’45 (Cassell, 2003). Or, you could avoid the road walking by getting a lift to Achnashellach Station and then continue the walk to Kinlochewe. CWT Section 3. Although one hostel owner did make comment that the Caledonian Canal route is a pretty boring way of starting this great walk, I’m not suggesting here that the CWT should become standardised. It is approximately 200 miles in length and is considered to be one of the most challenging long distance walks in the UK. Der CWT führt von Fort William zum nordwestlichsten Punkt Schottlands, dem Cape Wrath. Ich weiche nach und nach durch, verliere meine Gamaschen und auch kurz die Orientierung. And I now fully assuaged my walker’s guilt by doing the first part of B&H’s official route north from Achnashellach Station. Yes, the people at the B&B had a room. As it turned out, I had met a character at the Strathcarron Hotel the night before who offered me a lift to Gerry’s Hostel, a few miles beyond the station. And since I had the day off, more or less, I followed the path up to the pass and round back to Achnashellach Station – following B&H’s official route in reverse, in effect. Leider fehlt mir im Moment dazu die Zeit, meine Tour von 2017 in Worte zu fassen. So, if you want to walk the trail, do it now rather than later. This one began with the way-too-expensive Scotrail sleeper to Fort William. It is perhaps the most remote and wild section of the entire Cape Wrath Trail. This is basically a big scenic detour and I’d already identified a different and more direct route into Glen Elchaig on the map. Was für ein Tag! These looked nice but the hostel at Glenfinnan was £14 and that won the argument at this stage of the journey. However, he seems to have initially followed the route favoured by author and TGO editor-at-large Cameron McNeish, who suggests the Caledonian Canal as a starter rather than the scenic left-up-left-up-up-right approach of  Brooke and Hinchcliffe. Towards the end of the loch a friendly crofter gave me a lift to Locheilside rail station on the other side of the loch and from there I finished the journey to Glenfinnan on the train. is this 100m ‘or so’ from the bottom of the glen? Ein paar Tage später laufe ich wieder in eine Nebelwand und freue mich, dort ein vom Trail schon bekanntes Gesicht zu sehen. It's often touted as Britain's toughest long distance walk, due to its pathless sections, remoteness, and Scotland's fierce weather. The higher path, the one you want, is marked by a slightly delapidated green sign. The CWT is more of a route than a trail because it’s not blazed or way-marked and because you can connect the endpoints using any sequence of trails, 4×4 tracks, paths, roads, or off-trail segments to connect the two endpoints. Nach meinem Verständnis sollten hier eigentlich die Tourberichte von einem selbst verfasst werden und nicht von anderen. Das wird mein großes Abenteuer! B&H say you must climb for 100m ‘or so’ but after an estimated 100m ‘or so’ I still hadn’t seen anything. Und das natürlich an einem der regnerischsten Tage. Im Zelt ist es so schön kuschelig:-) Aber die Dusche auf dem Campingplatz tut gut. Der Trail Der Cape Wrath Trail ist kein offizieller Fernwanderweg. Klar laufe ich noch bis zum Leuchtturm. “Well that was where he used to live and had a whisky distillery.” His aunt’s book is full of stories about local people and the stories behind the place names, places and hill tracks that people used to walk to get about before the age of the car. „Trail“ in diesem Fall mit „Weg“ zu übersetzen mag aber bereits irreführend sein. Bei ein paar Tageswanderungen auf der Insel Skye vor einigen Jahren hat mich die Landschaft sehr beeindruckt. As the river changes direction, the glen steepens and narrows and the sense of seclusion (or isolation) grows greater. 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