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Alistair Horne - Scotland @ali.horne

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Heading back up to Skye on Thursday, but only a brief visit. On Friday I’m heading to St Kilda, a set of islands 40 miles west of the Outer Hebrides, one of the most remote locations in Europe. 3 nights of camping (weather permitting!) on a dual UNESCO world heritage site: excited is an understatement.
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Heading back up to Skye on Thursday, but only a brief visit. On Friday I’m heading to St Kilda, a set of islands 40 miles west of the Outer Hebrides, one of the most remote locations in Europe. 3 nights of camping (weather permitting!) on a dual UNESCO world heritage site: excited is an understatement.

Three seals sitting shoreline. Serenity.
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Three seals sitting shoreline. Serenity.

The view of An Teallach - swipe to see the full panorama 👉🏼 can you spot the two people in the final photo on the ridge?
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The view of An Teallach - swipe to see the full panorama 👉🏼 can you spot the two people in the final photo on the ridge?

The hungry housekeeper. Torridon bound tomorrow, looking forward to some hiking in one of my favourite areas of Scotland!
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The hungry housekeeper. Torridon bound tomorrow, looking forward to some hiking in one of my favourite areas of Scotland!

Early light and mist at Rannoch Moor.
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Early light and mist at Rannoch Moor.

Memories of Mull and Ben More last year. Heading back up north soon, been a while since I’ve been out and about - Torridon this weekend and weather permitting St Kilda at the end of the month 🙌🏼
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Memories of Mull and Ben More last year. Heading back up north soon, been a while since I’ve been out and about - Torridon this weekend and weather permitting St Kilda at the end of the month 🙌🏼

#ad Some of the Ayrshire coastal views seen on my trip with @visitscotland, including Ailsa Craig and Turnberry Lighthouse. So much variety on the west coast! #ScotlandisNow
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#ad Some of the Ayrshire coastal views seen on my trip with @visitscotland, including Ailsa Craig and Turnberry Lighthouse. So much variety on the west coast! #scotlandisnow

What are a group of puffins called?

A circus! 🐧
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What are a group of puffins called? A circus! 🐧

#ad Light and shadow play on the Isle of Arran. I climbed Goat Fell during my trip to Ayrshire with @visitscotland a few weeks ago. The low lying clouds created some mystical conditions from the highest viewpoint on the island. Who has climbed it before? 
#ScotlandisNow
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#ad Light and shadow play on the Isle of Arran. I climbed Goat Fell during my trip to Ayrshire with @visitscotland a few weeks ago. The low lying clouds created some mystical conditions from the highest viewpoint on the island. Who has climbed it before? #scotlandisnow

#ad A few weeks ago I was asked by @goretexeu to go on a hike up Ben A’an with volunteers from the Mountains and the People Project, which is led by the Outdoor Access Trust for Scotland. The team does some amazing work making physical improvements on the ground and creating opportunities for people to get involved in conservation and learn more about the mountains within Scotland’s National Parks. This ethos goes hand in hand with Gore’s brand commitment of encouraging people to enjoy and protect our natural surroundings, which is why they recently donated 26 pairs of Goretex walking boots to the team. The Mountains and the People Project is a small initiative making a big difference and it’s great to see a company like Gore lending a hand – or a boot, in this instance. 
#GORETEX #experiencemore #TestedforLife
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#ad A few weeks ago I was asked by @goretexeu to go on a hike up Ben A’an with volunteers from the Mountains and the People Project, which is led by the Outdoor Access Trust for Scotland. The team does some amazing work making physical improvements on the ground and creating opportunities for people to get involved in conservation and learn more about the mountains within Scotland’s National Parks. This ethos goes hand in hand with Gore’s brand commitment of encouraging people to enjoy and protect our natural surroundings, which is why they recently donated 26 pairs of Goretex walking boots to the team. The Mountains and the People Project is a small initiative making a big difference and it’s great to see a company like Gore lending a hand – or a boot, in this instance. #GORETEX #experiencemore #testedforlife

Dorset delight at the Durdle.
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Dorset delight at the Durdle.

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