For today's venture I was looking for something to get me on to a hill, something to work on the "up" muscles, something I had done before ( to measure how I'm doing), and something that would be less than calf deep in mud. As you can imagine, I was not spoilt for choice.
The eventual winner was The Nebit, a cutesy little hill above Alva.
You start off up Alva Glen where the waterfall was every bit as spectacular as yon Viagra Falls in Canada
Then traverse across to Silver Glen and up the windfarm haul road.
Complete with cross drains !
At the sheep pens, I did consider going East up Ben Ever, but decide to stick to the original plan. Next time !
Call that a summit cairn ? These Tory cuts are really starting to bite.
Now the last time I was up here it was very windy and it was the day that I finally decide that the two walking poles configuration was not for me - they kept getting blown between my ankles.What? Well if you find that amusing that's your problem.
The Hills 0' Fife. must get over there sometime