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
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
Annual swimming and drinking event set to rival iconic Glastonbury festival Friday May 4 – Sunday May 6 ★★★★★ Somerset has Glastonbury, Edinburgh has
So Mrs C and I have been swimming regularly at Portobello since June last year, even making monthly swims throughout last winter. As November looms
So I’ve started filming myself and Mrs C before and after swimming in the sea at Portobello in Edinburgh. The first one was little more than a
I was asked today where my favourite place to swim was*. Loch Lomond, Skye, Loch Katrine, Iona, Loch Awe, the rivers of rural Perthshire, Portobello,