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Rainspotting

An 84-Hour Bikepacking Ramble through Scotland’s Gloomy Grampians…

Alighting the Sleeper Train at the highest, remotest station on the West Highland Line, a group of cyclists head off on an opportunistic wintry journey to ride the old-established network of gravel drove roads, only to find themselves bogged-down exploring the alluring voids in between. That’s why they’re called push bikes, after all…

Expect sleeper trains, snow, rain, magical munro mountains, gravel, cullen skinks, cranachans, bogs, bridges, and la-di-dah land-owners…

Also check out the report about this trip on Pannier Journal.

 

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