On a wee trip to Henley on Thames (home of the Henley Royal Regatta, Henley Swim Festival and Thames Marathon) I joined a couple of members of the Henley Open Water Swim Club for an enticing explore of their glorious river.
Crystal clear water and vivid, tropical colours above and below the surface, Here’s my wee guide to all the various places you can wild swim on the Isle of Iona.
A stunning week’s holiday with family at Achnacloich House in Argyll meant hello to a few swimming opportunities, and a very special farewell.
New Year Resolutions for my wild swimming. More of it being the main one, in places such as Harris, Loch Lomond, East Lothian and Iona.
Radio interview at Wardie Bay by BBC Radio Scotland ahead of the annual New Year’s Loony Dook.
Wardie Bay, Edinburgh After a couple of years of living in Edinburgh, I’ve finally got my head in gear and swum at my local venue,
It was the coldest swim this season, by a whole degree or so. Not as cripplingly cold as Durness in Easter, nor icy Portobello in
So the past couple of posts have been about swimming and not-swimming in fresh water, but since we moved to Edinburgh in 2016 the bulk
Glencoe is an area that’s long been in my consciousness (much like Skye and for similar reasons). There’s Campbell history here, both personal and Clan.
So my old climbing pal Matt and I went stomping up the Buachaille last weekend, climbing a route I’ve long had on my tick-list, Agag’s